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VOL. XIV. NO. 156 



CHICAGO, TUESDAY, .TUNE 30, 1908 



PBICB 6 CENTS 



PRISCILLIAN’S FAST MILE 



WINDSOR RACE-GOEBS GET A DRENCHING, 



BETTING CASES IN NEW YORK COURTS, 



PRETENSION FAILS BADLY, 



Close Finishes Hark the Racing — Flying Virginian 
Has to Be Destroyed. 



Judge Blanchard Takes the Motion for a Permanent 
Injunction Under Advisement. 



TIES THE SHEEPSHEAD BAY TRACK RECORD 
AND COULD EASILY HAVE BEATEN IT. 



CONFIDENTLY SUPPORTED AT LATONIA BUT 
DIRECTOR EASILY HOLDS HIM SAFE. 



Midi.. .TiiiiP 2i4. — Tlio races at Windsor 
this afternoon were run over a sloppy track and 
under conditions that were far from pleasant. The 
crowd was t«K» large for the small plant. This 
meant that man.v of the visitors got a g<«al soaking. 
Heavy showers si-t in just iiefore tlie liorses w*‘re 
called to the jKist for the first race and for the re- 
mainder of the afterniMui there was a steady down- 
IMHir. While the card was in the main ma«le up of 
s<-lling rats's. still the tkdds were in most instances 
evenly matched, with the result that four of the 
finishes were very close ami in three of them the 
winners wer«‘ under hard drives. Zipango's margin 
over 1‘etnlaiit in the closing rai'c was only a half 
lenglli. hut Kix-rner drew the finish fine and had he 
wislied. /ipango could have won off hy himself. 
S<-ratehes wert> numerous in the last two races, 
hilt the others hrought out large fields. Uiehard 
Watkins eaptiirial two races, one with the two- 
year-ohi Kainhle and anotlier with Miss Delaney. 
Delahy had the mount on hoth horses. 

Speculation was lively and reisirls from the ring 
were that tiioney was )deiitifiil and that hiisitiess 
was miieh hetter than on tie- opening day. 

During the rtititiitig of the sti'eph’elia'^e. I'l.viiig 
\'irgiiiiati. ridden hy his owner. '.Mr. Dion Kerr, 
and a heavily hacked s«-eotid choice, grahhed liiniself 
just after going over the tetith jiltiip. Tlie horse 
was pulled tip and his rider ilisnioiiiittsl. tin e\am 
illation it was found that he had <-nt one of his 
tendons cleati iti two. and it was decided that he 
iMiiihl have to he destroyed. 

t'liipitiunk and llawkaiiia woti their raies off hy 
themselves. Doth hor.ses showed rare fortii ami at 
the titiish hoth were under restraint. 

The mare. Kelpie, which fell on Saturday, is in 
a had way atid may liavi* to 1«‘ destroyed. It i.- 
tl'oiight that siie has a fractured skull. .Jockey T. 
Kiee. who had the mount on Kelpie when sin* fell, 
was at the track this afternoon a|>|)areiitly none 
the wors<* for his fall la-yomi a few s<-ratehes. 

Itieiiard ('artiian was anioiig the new arrivals. .V 
division of Ids stable in charge of .Mgernon ria\on 
is here and his rider. Guy Diirtis. hail a c.uiple o'" 
mounts diiritig tin* afteriiiKm. 

Howard Dots got iti this iiioriiitig witli his stahle. 
He came from l.atonia atid will race on the Cati.i- 
dian eireiiit. 

Nugent Dros.. a St. Louis firm of horsedealers 
who are racing a small string ui> here, have an 
noiitieed that they are in the niarkel for UtHi ehean 
thoroughhreds. It is said thal they will !s* slfipped 
eitlier to .Me.vico or South Anmriea. 

Dill I’hillips wired his etnployer. Fred Cook, that 
he was ttnahle to ship from New York yeslerda.v 
on account of the failure of the e.vpress" company 
to furnish him a car. 

Darney .Michaels, om* of the old guard of lh“ 
Metropolitati layers, arrived from .New lork yester- 
day atid was at the track this aflerniMiti lookitig the 
sisirt over. 



New _ York. June 29. — .Vfter hearitig John B. 
Staitclirteld atid D<‘laticy Nieol, counsel for the Coney 
Island .liM-key Cluh. for. and Coriioration Cottiisel 
I’enilleton against, the tiiotlon to make iieriiianent 
JitStiee Dischoffs teniiiorary injunction restraining 
Commissioner Ditigham and the ladh-e department 
from interf.'fitig with the crowds at the Sheeiishead 
Day race track, to which Statichfieid added toda.v 
int<‘rferenee witli tnen niakitig jirivate wagers oti the 
races, without memoranda, or hookmaking. Justice 
Dlatiehard reserved his decision. The original In- 
junetion referred only to tin- jiracticc of the ladice 
of making the crowds in the race track inclosure 
keep moving. .Mr. Stanehtield cotitetided that a pri- 
vate wager was tiot a violation of the new anti- 
hettiiig law. atid that interference with such trans- 
actions hy the isdiee was. like the practic** of 
keeping the crowd in motion hy orders to ‘•tnove 
oti." a trespass on the rights of tiie tmhlie. 

The Coney Islatid police emirt was filled with race- 
goi-rs tialay when the eas»*s of eighli*eii iMaikmakers, 
charged with violation of tlie aiiti-gamhling laws at 
till* Sliee|>shead Day and Gnivesi-iid tracks, came up 
for the adjoiirm*il hearing before .Magistrate Voor- 
iiees. .Much to tlie disappointment of Charles .1. 
MelH'rmott. will ajipears for the defendarits. the 
cases, after a sharp passage of words between him 
and .Vssistant District .Vttonie.v .Martin, were con- 
tinneil until July 1.'!. when it is expected Justice 
Disihoff will tiave decided the test ease now before 
him . 



Torbcllino Pi-oves a Surprise in the Zephyr Stakes 
and Wins from Wamha — Old 
i ./ Honesty in Front. 



Rain Affects the Track Slightly — McDowell’s Huck 
Graduates from the Maiden Class— 

Jason Takes the Steeplechase. 



New Y'ork. June 2!). — I'rlscillian dis[dayed the 
greatest s|ieed of any horse out this year in tlie 
introductory race at one mile at Sheepshead Bay to- 
da.v. Notwitlistatiditig that the titiie for flie distatice 
onl.v diiinlled the track record of 1:37* and was still 
short of the Iwst .tmeriean record hy one-fifth of a 
seeonil. his iM*rformaiice ranks as the best ever 
s<*eii anywhere when taking into consideration the 
liianner of its aecom]dishment. 

It was apparent t<i the newest novice that I’ris- 
cilliun was never extended at any stage of the jour- 
iicy and close ohservers dwiared that had he been 
I ailed upon to do his Ix-sl, all existing records on 
the .Vnieriean turf would have he<‘ii broken. 

Old-timers .said that there was very little differ- 
» nee in the attendance tiala.v from the crowd which 
list'd to eoiiie out on Mondays before the anti-betting 
law went into effect. There were many there 

who had journeyed to the seashore to get away 
from the sweltering heat of the city, hut no relief 
was oidainahle at the race cour.se. iM-eaiise the wind 
caiiic from the west — the wrong direction. Tin- 
Bay Kidge llandieaii and the Zi'idiyr .Stakes were 
the featuri*s of toda.v's giKsI off day card. ToiIm- 1- 
lino. the big half-brother to Dr. l.eggo, won a game 
victory ill the Zi'idiyr and it is iirobaldc that 
Adolpli Sprei-kels' grand liHiking youngster may de- 
xelop into a Ix-tter race horse than his distinguished 
I dative. 

The tabled history of the Zi-iihyr Stakes since 
I'.KHi is as follows; 

I'l-ar. lYinner. W't. Jin-key. Yal. 'J'ime. 

DMNi t'omniando 112 .Speiicer ifl.SiMi 1 ;:»9V 

1901 Disadvantage IHi.Shaw TiHi 1 lOi!; 

DMC ibildeii .Maxim . . 1 loUl'Goiinor .... ff.'.ito 1 :o.s. 

Dai;: Dace King I l.‘i tl Xeill .l.’.aai l :om 

Dait Ganiara lo.si Hildebrand .. ;:.7::.'i l:<iSj 

Dai.‘, Gallavant ll.'i Dedferii .■’..•.aai I .ikS 

Itaa. K. d Diver II.I'W. .Miller .. l.tTo I ;<Mi» 

D.aiV Lady Winifred . . 1 1TiG.iriier t.::io l;ll7ji 

1!HI8 Torbellino 1 12' .Mi-('ah«‘y .... II.IHHI l;ii7 

till! Honesl.v. another western liors<‘. triumphed 
in the Bay Kidge Handicap. GimnI luck attended him 
throughout the race, ImiIIi of his siip|M>sed formid- 
able i-ontetiders. Fouiita iiibbie and Juggler, la-ing h- 
nioveil by reason of |iroiiouni-ed disabilities, the 
former falling latiie again atid the latter also |inll 
iiig up latlle. 

The tabled history of the Day Uidge Handicap is 
as follows: 

^■eal•. WiliiKT. Wt. Jia-kev. Val. Titne. 

Dan Kaniara t llllShaw tfl.os.'i 2:'iii* 

D.at:; .\dv;inre Guard.'i 1 1 7| Wonderlv ... 1 .oso i':o7Ji 

v.ai;: Dines 122llloar l.f.:;ii 2:10* 

D.ai4 Droper 4 1 UlHildehrand .. ::.2.'.o 2:06/, 

I'.HI.'i rairngoriii ...3 IlDW. Davis ... Il.t.'si 2:0SJi 

Itaa; Dam’s llorn...l 1 13 Shaw .■■..22.‘i 2:o."'i|! 

l;ai7 Gallavant ....4 to.'ilGarner 3.02."i 2:ii7 

ItaiS Did Honesty...! llojNotter .Uti 2:Of.i 

George .1. Jaaig arriviil this morning from Ken 
lucky with his string of eight hors«-s. 

It is staled as a fact that the week da.v atteiid- 
Hiiee of the pre.setit tneeting compares favorably 
with that of ten or twelve years ago. and is larger 
by far than it was a collide of decades back. 

W. K. I’hillips iiulled out during the morning for 
Windsor, f'anada, with Fred t'ook’s string of ten 
racers. 

■J he .Metropolitan Turf .Vssia-iation will not give 
one of their menilK'rs. E. .1. ('allabaii, moral or ma- 
terial aid in his pres<-nt prctlieameiit. Callahan 
was am-sted last Saturday for alleged violation of 
the anti-lielling law in that he rei-orih*<l a wager. 
If the charge la* true, Callahan was very indiscreet 
and will get no syinpathy from anylaaly. 

It was significant that many of the .vearlings sold 
last Saturday were bid on by men who represented 
intending South ,\merl<-an purchasers. 

When Walter Miller’s contract with Tliomas H. 
M'illiains expires this fall, the champion jm-key 
will probahly be re-engaged for the coming winter 
meeting at San Francisco b.v the president of the 
California Jockey Club. He plans to ride in Europe 
next season. 

Notwithstanding that the legislature has passed 
anti-racing laws, the Breeding Bureau of the Jo<-key 
Club has decidcsl to continue its work throughout 
the state of New Y'ork f<ir at least one more year, 
even though it entails a considerable outlay of 
money. 

Firestone and .Montgomery, Thomas II. Williams’ 
formidable pair of eligibles to the $15,000 Advance 
Stakes, to be decided next Wednesilay, receivt'd their 
final preparations for that imiiortant fixture Sunday 
iiioriiing. 'Their work was so impressive that ex- 
Iierts pre<liet a possible first stake victory of the 
s(*asoD for Mr. Williams’ entr.v. Firestone went the 
first mile of the trial in 1:40, being pulled up to 
a canter, the other quarter in 2:12. Montgomery’s 
work In 2:OH was the fastest from a time stand- 
|s>int. but it did not Impress beholders as Fire- 
stone's did. 

Jubilee will b«* retired until fall. His owner, 
Fred Littlefield, thinks he has lieen cauipaignetl t(a> 
long and neetls rest. 

James R. Keene said tiaiay that Colin would 
pri>bably not race again until the .Saratoga nieet- 
Itig. but that Olt would jiartlcipate in the Brighton 
stakes to which he is eligible, if they are run off. 

It is said that Fred Burlew has changed his mind 
alKMit seeking a Job as a trainer in France and will 
remain in this country, as he thinks the steadllv im- 
proving conditions of the racing situation In the east 
indicate a retnrn of the sjiort to its former pros- 
perity, or very near it. 

The roof of the grandstand ha« been barred to 
every one in order to foil the poolrooms. Hundreds 
of race-goers who always view the races from there, 
were very much disappointed at being excluded from 
the onl.v point of vantage where one can see the 
races over the Futurity <*onrse properly. 

J. E. Madden left for Ciuciuiiati yesterday morn- 
ing. 

Edward Corrigan was a visitor at Sheepshead 
today. Senator Owen Cassidy was also another dis- 
tingnished newcomer. 

Gentlemen jockeys djsported themselves in the 
six and a half furlongs race. Tony Bonero. the 
prohibitive favtirite. ridden by his <iwner. spread- 
eagled the others. Nothing ever got near him at anv 
slagi* of the running. 

Half of the card was captured hy favorites ami 
of the outsiders the well backed Torbellino belp^ 
to despoil the layers of some of their winnings of 
last week. 



Cincinnati, O.. .Tune 29. — Big fields made tip of 
ordinar.v horses composed tmlay’s card. A fair at- 
tendance for '.Monday was present, hut siiecnlatioii 
was Hie lightest of the current meeting, nothing 
standing out prominently to captivate the imagiiiH- 
fion and confidence of the crowd. Favorites fared 
h.-idl.v. only one choice. Lady Altiiy, winning during 
the afternoon. 

-\fter the runiiiiig of the first race there was a 
brisk shower, which eontimied until after tlu* second 
race, but, aside from slightly softening the trapk 
and laying the dust, the going was not affected, and 
fairly fast time, considering tlu* quality of the 
Starters, was registered. If such it could lie called, 
the fourth race was the feature. For some reason 
F’retciision. despite his recent iioor showing, was 
made favorite over Direcfm-. but when it came to 
the riuiiiiiig the Desi>ess candidate held Pretension 
safe all the wa.v and won comfortably. Pretension 
la*ing forci'd to do his best to retain second place 
from the fast-eoming Lady Esther. 

Ill the closing race crowding on the first turn was 
responsible for Lenora G. and .\giies 'W'otKl falling. 
For a lime it was thought that Gla.sner and Htif- 
nagel. who had the immiits on the pair, were seri- 
ously injured, hut be.voiid a severe shaking up and 
iiiiiior bruises, the track physician «-ould not locate 
any hurts about the yotmgsters. 

The steeplechase ovi'r the short course went to 
Jason, pvaetleally neglected desiiite his recent grHxl 
victor.v over the same starters. Foal Black Lady 
was the iiiedimii Of confident support and flattered 
her backers hy ieailing tc* the last Held jump, where 
she tired badly and finally unseated her rider by 
blundering. 'The niisliap gave Mellvain a clear 
course and tic took a giHsl lead, but failed to with- 
stand the rush of Jason at the stretch hurdle, t’oeh- 
raii. on Mellva'ii, tried t** Impeile the winner hr 
steering his nioiiiit a swerving course. .\fter the 
finish the judges fined (’<M-hran J.-it* and susjiended 
him for the remainder of the meeting for his at- 
tempt at iiit<*rfereiiee. 

Mrs. Sewall. under a hard drive, managed to out- 
.«lay Serenade in the opener. 

T. ('. McDowell had better luck in the third race 
when his lliick won in a <-auler from a |xx>r hand of 
maidens. The fifth race also was contested by 
a bad field and Bitter .Miss proved Ix'st and won 
comfortabl.v from Water I.ake, the favorite. 

Jockey T. Taylor, sus|ieiideil b.v the judges for 
ten days for rough riding, will he allowed to ac- 
eepf moniits again. He will ride Floreal in the Ciu- 
ciiiiiati Trophy. 

.IiH-key (’. KiM-rm r has tieen requested to come 
here and ride Direct in the stake tomorrow. 

TihI.-i.v’s eonnier attraction, the baseball game be- 
tween the riiieiiriati ami Ftiu-ago National la-agne 
teams, was held responsible for the_ failure to draw 
a la*ltor attendance. 

.loliii llaelinieister returned from a flying trip to 
the Fort Erie track Ibis morning. He reports the 
grounds raiiidl.v reaching giHxl condition and says 
the man.v imi>roveiiieiits made on the plant will make 
it rank with the best in Faiiada. 



KENTUCKY YEARLINGS BRING LOW PRICES, 



— Fifteen yi-arliiigs. the prop- 
A Baker ami Sidney Dedford, 
if .<2.72.'i. a very low average 



Total 

•operly of Sidney I’.edford - 

Day lilly. by Dines Sister Teiiiiy 

Mela-aii 

I’.ay lilly, by Lissak .liistb-ia; .\. 



OAKLAND TRACK RECORDS TO DATE. 



Gliestiiiil eoli, by Gold 1 leels— Driretta ; J. 



The DaklamI track was a speedy eonrse last 
wiiiler and spring and in Hie course of the meeling 
of 1907-S eleven new track records were made, 
those at Hiret'-eiglillis, Hires- and a half furlongs, 
half mile and a mile and twenty yards lieiiig lie 
rei-ords, with the honors at each dislaiiee shared 
by two horses. .MiHlena. Kosevale. (’armisa. Work 
Box, Diglileasy. Geimm-ll. Sugar .Maid. I,isar<i. 
Dowiipa trick. I’ontobs-. Isigisliila. J. (’. (’leiii. Da- 
nins and Dig Dow are Hie new record holders. Tle- 
latter's 7:16 for four miles in a rai-e was Hie most 
im|Hirtaiit performam-e. The Oakland track re»-ords 
are now: 

I^ist. Horst*. .\.Wf. Dale. Tinn-. 

3S Motleiia 2 113 Febniar.v D.l, 19(tS. :3.'>J 

Rosevale ...2 110 Mart-li id, lOO.'-i.... 

3 1-2 f (’armisa ....2 102 February 21, I'.HIS. : K'.j 

12 Work Box... 2 113 .\pril S, 190.S :I7 

Dightoasy ..2 10.-| Ma.v 9. 190N :47 

1 1-2 f old England. 2 los IVet'iiihor 1,8. DHH . r.l.”, 

.■>-,8 J. Nuiiiially Hi.s Di't-eiiiber :i. l!to7.. ;.YSJ 
r> 1-2 f D.-ipiil Waterd 112 Nt>veml«*r 2K. D.I07. 1 :0.1* 
♦Fiit.Csc.Mcellck ...2 !»!* Novt>mlK*r 11, ltK)7.1:08i 
Dnpid Watei-6 112 November 22, 1907.1:0.84 

3-4 Prejuieio ...3 103 NovcuilK-r 29, 15K>7. 1:114 

6 1-2 f John A. Scott! 9.7 .Taiiiiary 16, Dl04. . 1 :1.8jl 

7-S Gcmmcll ....4 lOfl .March 16. 1908 1:27| 

7 12 f Dainty 4 109 l>t*cemb<*r 19, 1904.1:32 

1 .Sanfara 4 97 June 1, lfK»7 1 :;i-8ii 

lin20y Siigarmaid .7 107 Fehriiarv 24. 11KIS.1:40» 

Lisaro 5 107 Aitril 28, 1908 1:40* 

Ini.TOy Daruma ....4 OS June 8, 1907 1:414 

liii70y Cigarlightor 7 106 May ;iO, lfK»7 1:4.3 

ImlOOy Rapid Waters 111 November .’it). 1907.1:44J 

I 1-16 Downpatrick 6 107 May 2.3, 1908 1:144 

1 1-8 Rifleman ...3 109 Novenilier 28, 1907.1:71 

1 3-16 Pontotoc ....6 111 April 6. 1908 1 :.79 

1 1-4 lyogistllla ..6 100 March 31, 190S 2:07J 

1 3-8 Orchan 4 106 April 29. 1907 2:22j 

1 1-2 J. C. Clem.. 7 9!» .May 30. 1908 2::t2 

1 7-8 Byronerdale 7 Kl7 Ajirll 27, 1907 2:484 

1 3-4 Ramus .7 104 February 22, 1908.3:014 

2 Judge Denny. 5 107 February 12, 1.898.3:261 

2 1-4 Bnokwa 7 104 Dei-enrher 31. 1898.3:31 

3 Elie 4 99 April 8, 1907 5:22 

|4 Luc. Borgia. 4 87 May 20. 1897 7:11 

4 Big Bow 6 112 .March 14, 1908 7:16 

•170 feet less than 3-4 mile. fAgainst time. 

Hurdle Races. 

I 1-4 miree Forks. 6 167 January 24*, 1897.-2:174 

1 3-.S Finch 3 123 .January 4. 1902...2;31J 

1 1-2 Gold Dust — 7 i:a Det-einlier 23, 1897.2:46” 

2 Esperanoe ..6 127 Mareh 20, 18f»7 3:50 

2 1-4 Baby Bill... 6 150 April 17, 1897 4:234 



UNEVENTFUL RACING AT SEATTLE. 



PERSONAL LIBERTY PLANS. 



St*atl!e, Wash., Jinn* 2!t. Toilay’s cartl at Tin* 
Me.nbiws was of tinlinary t-aliber and was decided 
willioiil siM-<-ial ineideiit. 'I'bre** favorilt'S won and 

the i>Hit-r lhrt*t* (*>oriiit*, S.-n-liet ami Elota — finished 
oiitsnb* of the money. < *siM-iiie’s |m>oi- sinrwiiig was 
line to a verv had ridt* by j««-kt*.v Harris. Walkt*r’s 
-i|i|irt-iil ice. .8a<-ln-t lost all t-lmin-e by a biiiiipiiig 
niati-li soon after Hie start and Elota ran an uiiac- 
<-oiintably dull race. 'J'be Englisbman s<-ort*d a flnki* 
vb*tor.v ovi*r Joyner. wlii<-li was a viefim itf bail 
racing lui-k. but for wliicli that liorst* would liavt- 
<-oiiie lioiin- by biiiis(-lf. tttable coniict-lions alone 

profiled b.v Queen .Vlanio’s win. 

IbNikiiiaki-r Frank Bain, jot-kov .1. Meliityn* ainl 
Joseph Diiikelspiel arrived ttala.v from Dt'tiver. Frank 
Doss will get ill tomorrow with his liwst's and l>ot>k- 
maker 11. L. .Tones will b<» here within a few da.vs. 
Bookiiiaki r Ed .Soule , arrived today from California 
and will stxm ent in. 

Jim Davis got's to I.os .\iigeles tomorrow for a few 
weeks ainl Hireateiietl complb-atioiis will la* <lefi*m*d. 
It is niiderstiMMl that lie will seek the aid of the 
eonrls if the attempt to bar him from The Meadows 
is iMTxisteil in iiihiu bis reliirii. AlxMlt fifty liorses 
go from lu*re to Everett, Wash., and Vancouver to- 
morixiw to race several days. 



Ill outlining the plans of the Personl Liberty 
Leagm* Cnlniii'l Franklin Bartlett, its president, 
salt! ret-eiiHy: ".\s yet it is impossible to tia.v 

what Hie |x)lb-y of tin* league will be, but it will be 
an organization imli'peiident of any political party 
and will embrace all law-abiding eitizeiis who are 
opiMised to aii.v legislation rcstrietive and narrow 
in cliaracter ami tiesigiied to Interfere with the lu- 
mx-eiit enjoyments of the peo[)le of the city and 
state. 

“rndorstand we are not going aliont this thing 
In a careless anil impulsive manner, but shall i*n- 
deavor to get proper legislation so that New Y'ork 
will he the cosmoindltan city It should be. 

“We expect t<» enroll at least lOO.OOO citizens 
of New York -Clt.v among onr members within tw-> 
niontlis, and as this is a state as well as a city 
league, it is impossible to judge liow many of Hn* 
iiilialdtants of the smaller towns will join, but 
without doubt a great man.v. 

“There will be practically no expense in conduct- 
ing the campaign, as there Is. nothing to spend 
money for. If we were trying to fight against the 
will of the people, it would be different. The New 
Y'orker has had so many laws restricting his per- 
sonal lilierty passed under the cloak of religion or 
morality that it is getting irksome to him.’’ 

Thomas Gibson, a prominent business man, said: 
“The tlefense of the regulators of public morals 
hinges on the statement that crime results from 
drinking and gamhRn.g. Therefore, because one 
weak or unfortunate man falls b.v the wayside 
10.IK10 men must be robbetl of what they i-onslder 
their prt*rogatlvcs. So far as the <-rimc resulting 
from stock exchange sjiecnlatlon or even race track 
betting is concerned. I will venture to say that 
much more misery and disgrace have resulted from 
real estate ventures.” 

Saturday night magistrate Daniel E. Finn said: 
“1 believe the passing of the antl-bettlng bill is a 
step backward in the history of New York City. 
Think of the thousands of people who come to New 
Y'ork to spend their money. If these restrictions 
are continually introduced to restrict their personal 
liberty, it is bound to keep them away. I am an 
honorary member of the Personal Liberty League 
and in full harmony with all of its views. 

“If this keeps on the city Is hound to go back. 
The hotels, stores and places of amusement are 
bound to suffer. I was at the race track this after- 
noon. and while I did not meet Governor Hughes 
or any of bis supporters, I had a good time. There 
is .never any tough element at the track, nor plck- 
ixickets nor thugs that you find around the city at 
all times.” 



EASTERN CONFIDENCE IN TURF INCREASES. 



Ed Tipton, of the Faslg-Tipton Company, in the 
light of Saturday’s sales feels much encouraged anil 
says that the prices realized were excellent anil 
that this indicated confidence in the future of the 
racing game. 

This feeling of confidence is increasing ail 
Hrouiid. The crowds at Slicepshead Bay hold iqi, 
the iMNikniakers are beginning to adjust themselve.s 
to iibw conditions and each to gather his own group 
of regular customers. Instead of losiug a vast sum 
through the Sheepshead Bay mei'ting, the Coney 
Island Jockey Club is likely to make a small profit, 
exiiensive though it is to ojierate. 



BELMONT YEARLINGS OFF TO ENGLAND. 



I^milon. June 29. — Saturday, at Sandown Park, 
Rotiert Sievler, famous as a plunger and owner of 
Sc-eptre and notorious as a smirched turfman and 
editor of a racing weekly known as The Winning 
Post, was arrested at Sandown Park Saturday at 
the instigation of J. B. Joel, South African million- 
aire and rac*.* horse owner, who alleges that he is 
guilt.v of libel in conn€*ctlon with certain articles 
published iii The Winning Post reflecting on Joel’s 
cliaracter. J. B. Joel is the South African diamond 
dealer and stockbrideer and races a large stable. 



New Y'ork. June 29. — The eight thoroughbred 
yearlings sent fn«n August Belmont’s Nursery Stud 
In Kentuek.v sailed Saturday. The.v go to Watson’s 
Palace House at Newmarket. It was a fine-look- 
liig liand. Manager Kane, of Nursery Stud, is said 
to favor Fond Memories and Hasty Pudding most of 
the eight, which are as follows: 

Tasteful, chestnut colt (brother to 'riptoe), b.v 
Hastings — Tarpeia. by Ra.vou d’Or. 

Hast.v Pudding, i-hestiiiit colt (half-brother to 
Dii:k Welles, Ort Wells, Security, Dick Finnell aud 
Six o’clock), hy Hastings — ^Tea’s Over, by Hanover, 

Doncourt, bay eolt (half-brother to Mizzen), by 
Octagon — Donna Mia, by Ill-rsed. 

Merr.v Task, ba.v colt, by Octagon — Merry Token, 
bj’ Merry Hampton. 

Nalioh, bay colt, by Octagon — Nlmiiiy. by St. 
Simonmimi — (’atherine Dougla.s. by Sterling. 

Fond Memories, cbestunt filly, by Octagon — Fond 
Holies, by St. Blaise. 

Boudoir, bay filly, by Octagon — Queen's Bower, 
by St. Florlan. 

Woodfire. chestnut filly (full sister to Woodwitch 
and Woodlane), by Octagon — Woodvlne, by Magne- 
tizer. 

None of the eight lia.s as yet been engaged In 
any of the English stakes. 'TTiey go over at just 
the right time for selection prellmlnar.v to stake 
entry. Hasty Piiildiug Is thought to he 1910 Epsom 
Derby timber. 

A three-year-old sister to Tasteful, in Tarporlin 
II., is already in the Watson stable, in which the 
horses of Leopold de Rotliacbild and Baron E. de 
RotbsebUd aUo train. 



BITTERNESS OF HART-AGNE'W LAW. 



“If this is the law.” said -Mr. Stanchfield in com- 
mentbig on Section 351 of the New York statutes, 
for which Messrs. Hughes, Hart and Agnew are 
responsible, “then every schoolboy who plays marb- 
les for keeps, every college boy who supports the 
bi>at crew of his college, every woman who plays 
bridge for a prize, is liable to be incarcerated in the 
penitentiary for a year. And how about every 
merchant or broker who buys in the market for a 
rise, especially if hb buys that which he does not 
get from him wlw has it not to sell?” 



Jolin Sanford, of the State Racing Commission, 
was at the Sheepshead Ba.v track Saturday and be- 
came a member of the Personal Liberty League. 
He handed a contribution to John G. Cavanagb. tlic 
temporary treasurer of the league, and said that he 
wislied to work in the ranks for the success of the 
movement. A Wall street broker sent an appUcatiiMi 
to the league for 200 silver buttons to be distributed 
among his friends. 



COST OF DEFENDINO RACING IN NEW YORK. 



LOUISIANA TRACK OBEYS MATOB BEHRMAN. 



Albany. N. Y.. June 29. — The Coney I.sland .l<K-key 
/Club filed a statement with the seeretury of state 
today, in wtaii*ti. it swears that It ex|M*iided $7,.7;t8..33 
for counsel in conDeetion with the anti-race track 
betting legislation. 

The Saratoga Association, la Us rei>ort, swears 

that It apeut |3,G53B1. 



New Orleans, La.. June 29. — There was no at- 
tempt made by the Ixmlslana merry-go-roand track 
to race ^funday. The management declares thgt It 
will obey Mayor Behrroan, tbongh it has the right 
to race Sundays and also announces that it will 
close the track as soon as the new Locke law goee 
into effect. 



Herman Radtke rode the winner of the Rnssian 
Derby at Varsoria early this month. He bad the 
mount on his employer’s, M. Laaareff. Ouvute, a 
filly by Galtee More (Kendal — M'Organette), out of 
Vira (GalUnule — BelUna(H)a)« 



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TELEGRAPHIC FORM. 

The horses which seem best In Tuesday’s races 
are: 

Sheepshead Bay — New York, .luiie 29. 

1 — Cresslna. Explosion, Wild Refrain. 

2 — Kaine.v entry. Coir entry, Dick 8haw. 

— Fore. Taboo. Uncle Jim. 

4 — Fair Play, Hessian. Firestone. 

5 — Grapide, Brother Jonathun, Beauclere. 
ft — Petticoat. The Pippin, Clef. 

II . Forsland. 

Latonia — I.Atonla, Ky., June 29. 

1 — Light Blue.' Joe Gaitens, Perennial. 

2 — Queen’s Daughter, Pirate Diana, Ogbent. 

S — Hollow, Lady Hapsburg, Blaze o’Llght. 

4 — Michael Angelo, Crystal Maid, Lesh and Young 
entry. 

0 — Moqiiette, Miss Strome, Pinkola. 
ft — Joe Moser, Geneva S., A1 .Muller. 

J. L. Dempsey. 

The Meadows — Seattle. Wash., June 29. 

1 — Sophomore, Bannatyne, Herlves. 

2 — Aks-Ar-Ben. Chas. W. Hodges, Lady Quality. 

H — High Gun Monvina, Fair Fagot. 

4 — Centre Shot, Burleigh, The Mist. 
a — L. C. Ackerley. The Sultan, I.ady Kitty. 

0 — AltaUiue, Walter Miller, Ida .May. 

J. U. Jeffery. 

Windsor — Windsor, Ont., June 29. 

1 — Reilondo, Ida D., I’lease. 

2 — Lady Irma, Christmas. Helen Hills. 

3 — El Dorado. Schroeder’s Midway. Creel. 

4 — Peacock’s Choice, Sir Cannon, High Hat. 

.1 — Holscber, Flavigny, Doubt. 

ft — Nigger Baby, Cereraoniiis, Flat Creek. 

T. K. Lynch. 

BRIGHTON BEACH “MODIFIED” STAKES. 

No definite aunouncement as to the •‘miMlitication” 
of the Brighton Beach stakes has yet been made. 
None should come, considering the Brooklyn and 
Coney Island Clubs’ attitude and the willingness of 
Empire City to face the music. Then, too, there 
Is another reason — the vast profit of Brighton Beach 
In the past. 

SEATTLE ENTRIES. 

Probabilities; Weather clear: track fast. 

Racing starts at 2 p. m. (Chicago time, 4 p. ni.) 
XRuna well in mud. ©Superior mud runner. 
First Race — 5 1-2 Furlor^s. 

• 3-year-olds. Selling. 

(Track record; July 20, 11MI7- -1 :0<; -4 — 102.) 



Ind. 


Htarsi-s. 


Rec. 


A. Wt. 


Help. 


766.34* 


Bannatvne 


. . .1 :07> 


Dk.i 




73690 


Herlves 


. ..1 :10 


107 


. X720 


70^170 


Princess Ixniis.- . . 




107 


. . .716 


7.5i:;(4 


Bonlicur 


. ..1:07) 


1(17 


-X716 


74S70 


.Sophomore 


...1:11; 


107 


. X710 


75032 


Uncle Sam 




104 


. X71II 


75010 






lOJl 




74870 


Abbey 




107 


...70.7 


75610 


Altar Bov 


. ..1:12) 


109 


. X700 


7.3090 


Jockey Mouuce . . . 




104 


. X700 



Fifth Race— 1 MUe. 

4-year-ohls aiwl upward. Allowances. 
(Track record: .tngiist 2, lIKKt — l;:l8i— 11 — 90.) 



Did. 


Hors<*s. 


Rec. 


A. 


Wt. 


Hdcp, 


7r»tM7’ 


The Sul til 11 


...l:;{y 


5. 


.113. 


...725 


7.701H* 


Lady Kitty 




4. 


.112. 


. X720 


742S4 


.\rcourt 


...l:4Ji 


4. 


.114. 


.X715 


746.37 


John Lvle 


....1::59) 


6. 


.IIS. 


.©710 


75.582 


Uncle Ilenrv 


...1:40 


•6. 


.121. 


. X705 




I.. .\ckerlev ... 


. ..1:44) 


4. 


.114. 


. X705 


7r»<i-s.'» 


Captniii Burnett . . 


...1:41) 


r>. 


.118. 


. X7O0 



Sixth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

3-year-ohls and upward. Selling. 

(Track r*M-ord: .Inly 2<i. I!*07 — 1:00 --4 — 102.) 

7."..'>t>2- Ida May l;08i 3. .107. . X72.'i 

7.7834» Walter -Miller l:08i 3.. 112 720 

7.'.211 Old Settler 1:00s 3. .104. . X71b 

7."i(>3.’i* Altadice 1:071 ;i. .109. . . .715 

7.'i0tJO Bernardo I:07i 3. . 107. . X 70.7 

7.7fi».lo Royal Queen 1:07 3. . 107 . . . .70.7 

72:a<8 .Miss Fairbanks 3. .107. .. .700 

The figures under "Rec.’’ in aliove entries show 
the liest time made by the horse at the distance 
since January 1, 1!K(C. This time is not neceosarlly 
made by a winner. It may be the estimated time 
of a losing performance. 

SEATTLE FORM CHART. 

.Seattle, Wash., June 2t*. — Eiglitb day of the King 
('ounty Fair .Association’s meeting of seventy-three 
days. Weatlier elear; track fast. 

75682 First Race — 3-4 .Mile. (Track rewrd; July 
21, llHKj 1:12 4 109. > 3-year-olds and upwaril. 

Selling. ’ 

Ind. Horst-s. Wt. F'in. Jockeys. Op. Cl. PI. 

7.7.797*Escaniado 125 1“ .1 McBride (i-511-101 -2 

75<ils’Koiiianiift' US 2- .Sandy 31 5 N-5 

74027 H'ful and Best 128 :!* U Boland 12 1.7 7 



756<Hi Royal Rogue 12.7 
7.76:!2’Samo Gitano 111 



Kettig 10 9 4 

K White 25 40 15 



75.796 El Otros 



128 i; -V WllliamsS 9 4 



7.7242 Colonel Jewell 125 
73250 Millie R. 121 

7.7580 George Kilbiirn 123 



• 'Sullivan 15 20 8 
Gaugel 30 4<) 15 
Gargan 20 30 12 



7.7634 F'orest Rose 111 9* A Walsh 2.7 20 8 

Show Betting- Escamado, 15; HoiuuuofT, 4 .7; 
Beautiful ami Best, 3j. 

Time. 1:14. 

Winner B. g. (1, by EiuiM-ror of Norfolk — Esjier- 
uiiza. 

Went to iMist at 2:14. .\t jxist 4 minutes. Start 

IKKvr. Won eaiitering; second and third driving. Es- 
camudo lieat the gate and galloped ia front tlirougli- 
out. 

75683 .Second Race— .7-8 Mile. (Track record: Ah 
gust 1. 1 !Kh; — 591— :> — 97.) 2-year-olds. Selling. 



Did. Horses. 



Wt. Fin. Jockey.s. Op. Cl. I’J. 



1.5615“ Belle of Bra.s.s 


liMl 


]* 


Page 


11- 


512 


54 7) 


i75615)Phillistlua 


110 




Buxton 


.7 


8 


ti 


57633 F'red Maier 


108 




G.\rchil)'d 


10 


15 


G 


5761.7*Osorine 


loo 


4 


A Harris 


8-5 


2 




'5.783 Colonel Dick 


1(18 


r* 


Dearborn 


25> 


:» 


rj 


57615 Ornate 


10.7 


t; 


D Boland 


6 


6 




:558:» Narrator 


1 08 


7 


A 5Valsh 


1.7 


20 


K* 


r.76;::: inclement 


lo:-! 


S 


J McBriiie 


20 


20 


s 


:F)74 Marion DelormeloO 


J* 


FI Lyiicli 


25) 


30 


12 



Show Betting — Belle of Brass, 2-5; Pliillistinn. 
3 2; Fred .Maier, 3; Osorine, 2-5. 

Time. 1:01. 

Winner— ('ll. f. by Goldcrest — Carmaid. 

Went to post at 2:47. -\t r>ost 3 minutes. Start 

good. Won driving; second and third the same. 
Belle of Brass came from behind. Osorine was 
taken wide on the turns and otherwise badly ridden. 

Scratched — 7,7(133 Maid of G<itham, 10,7; 7,7015 

Larry Mnlligan, 10.8; 7.7.77IG Queen Whims, 10,7. 

75684 Third Race— 3-4 Mile. (Track rewrd: July 
21. - 1900- 1:12 -^—109.) 3-year-olds and upward. 



Selling. 

Ind. Horses. 


Wt. 


F'in. 


Jockeys. 


Op. 


Cl. 


(75600>Barn. Olilfleld 


113 


1“ 


GArchib’d 


2“ 


1! 


( 741.73) Blondy 


128 


2J 


D Boland 


li- 


0- 


75616“Mecliliii 


121 


3‘J Keogh 


3 


GJ 


75563 Cobleskill 


123 


4 


D Riley 


15 




75€0(t*Dick Wilson 


12S 


& 


Alarie 


4 


7 


(75596 ) Expectant 


in 


G 


A Walsh 


10 


12 


75563“Col. Warwick 


128 


7 


Gaugel 


25 


50 



.Show Betting — Barney Oldfield, 1-4; Bloudy, 2-5; 
Mechlin, 7-10. 

Time, 1:131. 

Winner — B. g, 3. by Moreno — La Amiga. 

Went to post at 3:15. At post 4 minutes. Start 
good. Won cantering; second and third driving. 
Barney O dfield beat the gate and galloped In front 
tliroughout. 

Scratched — 73435 A1 Llndley, 123; 75614’Com- 

plaint. 111. 



75685 Fourth Race — 1 18 .Mile.s. ('Track record: 
August 31, 1907 — 1;51J — 4 — 103.) 4-year-olds aud 
upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wt. F'in. Jockeys. Op. (71. Pi. 

7.766UGargantu.a Ilo li .A Wiiliams8-511-109-20 



Ind. Horses. Wt. Fin. Jockej 

7.7661-Gargantua Ilo li A Wiili 

756ol^Day .Star 107 2i 1) Bola 

75214 Netting 114 ::“t .A Har 

756«il Tonic IIU 4 A Wal 

756.36 .1. F'. Lionohue 114 5 GArchi 

7.7636 ('aptain Bush 111 6 Rettig 

75582 Capt. Burnett 111 7 King 



7.7601 Bellnience 
740:i2 Red Ball 



107 2i 1) Boland 8 12 5 

114 A Harris 3 4J 8-5 

HU 4 -A Walsh 15 12 5 

114 5 GArchib'd 2 3J 7 5 

111 6 Rettig 20 30 12 

111 7 King 25 40 15 

107 8 Buxton 20 40 1.7 

HO 9 Alarie 15 .30 12 



Show Betting— Gargantua, 1-4; Day Star, 2 1; 
Netting, 4-5; J. F. IKmohne, 4-5. 

Time, 1:53L 

Winner — Br. c, 4. by Giganteuin — .4ster. 

Went to post at 3:46. .\t iK>st 1 minute. Start 
goiHl. Won easily; second and third driving. Gar- 
gantua led throughout. Netting tired at the end. 

Scratched — 7.7214‘Ouardi, 107; (7.7563)-\U Ablaze, 
107; 7.7213 Rama, 109. 

75686 Fifth Race- 1 Mile and .70 Yards. (Track 
record: .August 11, 190(> — 1:411 — 1 — 100.) 3-year- 

olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wt. F'in. .Tockeys. Op. Cl. I'l. 



7.70.36 The Englis 


Iiinanll3 


|h 


G.\rchib’d 


r> 


4 X 5 


75616 Joyner 


m8 


012 


Page 


5 


18-57-5 


75616 Palemon 


no 


3“ 


Rettig 


fl 


5 2 


7.76:{0*Sachet 


lo5 


4 


Sandy 


2 


16-511 -10 


75614*.\ftermaHi 


107 


5 


D Boland 


r; 


6 2 


7.7636 .Sun Mark 


108 


6 


A Walsli 


10 


15 6 


7.7614 Hazeline 


105 


7 


D Riley 


10 


15 6 


Show Betting- 


-The Englishman, 7-10; Joyner, 7-10; 



Second Race — 5-8 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Allowances. 

(Track record: .August 1, 1900- 591 — 3 — 97.) 



7363-3= 


Chas. W. Hodges .... 




no 


. . . 725 


(7.5579) 


Lady Quality . . 






107 


...720 


756.33“ 


Aks-Ar-Ben . . . . 


1:01) 




no 


...715 


75015 


Miss Worth . . . 


1:02 




lUl 


. . .710 


7.561.5 


Semper F'idelis 






104 


... V 05 




Uothersay, h. g. by 










Greenan — Prosaic . . . 




101 






Third Race— 1 1-16 Miles. 








3-year-olds aud 


upward. Selling. 




(Track record: August 


14, 1907— 1 :44J— 4— 


1 08.) 


75637“ 


Mouvina 


1:47) 


4. 


.106 


. . .725 


(75661) 


High Gun 


1:46) 


n , 


.10.3 


...720 


75.580* 


Eekersall 


1:47) 


6. 


.109 


• X715 


75.580 


.Tosle S 




4. 


.100 


. X715 


74516 


Tetanus 


1:53) 


4. 


.100 


.X710 


75686 


Sachet 


1 :48 


4. 


.100 


. X 705 


75661“ 


Lady Souffle . . . 


1:48) 


3. 


. 94 


.X70.5 


75617 


Fair F’agot . . . . 


1:48) 


4. 


.116 


. X700 






1 


e 


.109 


. . .700 




Fourth Race— 3-4 Mile, 










3-year-olds and 


upward. Selling. 




(Track record: July 


•21, 1906—1:1 


> 


4—109.) 


74873 


CENTRE SHOT 


1:12) 


3. 


. !)0 


.©750 


75662* 


Burleigh 


1:12) 


7. 


.109 


.©745 


75819“ 


The .Mist 


1:12) 


6. 


.107 


.©740 


75099 


Gene Russell . . 


1:14) 


3. 


. 92 


. X740 


747S.3 


Fantastic 


1:12) 


4. 


.100 


. X730 


73659 


Fred Bent 


1:14 


b. 


.KM 


• X715 



Piilemou, 1; Sachet, 1-2. 

Time. 1:431. 

Winner — B. h, 6, by Sorcerer— Perfume, by Low- 
land Chief. 

Went to post at 4:18. At post 1 minute. Start 
gooil. Won driving; second and third the same. 
The Englishman finished gamely. Joyner, much the 
best, made up many lengths after being cut off at 
a critical stage, then ran away a mile after the 
finish and pulled up lame. Sachet was bumped back 
on the first turn. 

Scratched — 75016 Pickaway, 110. 



WINDSOR FORM CHART. 

MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1908. W EATHER SHOWERY. TRACK SLOPPY. 

Second day. Windsor Racing Association. Summer Meeting of 25 da.vs. (24 books on.) 

Presiding Judge, Joseph A. Murphy. Start er, A. B, Dade. Secretary, Walter O. Parmer. 

Racing starts at 2:45 p. m. W Indicates whip. S spurs. B blinkers. F'igures in parentheses following 
the distance of each race Indicate index number, track record, age of horse and weight carried. 



J FIRST RACE— 8-4 Mile. (57865— l;12g- 
I O filing. Net value to win ner $370. 



75 B 75 

Ind _ Horses 

75536 LITTLE MINNIE 
75635 ALOMAR 
75480»REV’ERY 
75640*LEFT GUARD 
75483»BREAKAWAY 
75BW GRACE KIMBALL 
TH80 ARLINGTON 
TSM OCBAN SPRAY 
7E5M HELEN VIRGINIA 
75524 USURY 
aH4IM2HOWMAN 
MARGARET 



A Wt PP St K ^4 % Str Fin Jockeys 



O H C P S 

W8B 3~ 98~9 6 3= 4* 4= Ink T Koerner W M Carroll 8 10 8 3 8-5 

WB 3 103 2 2 2*i 2J 2* 2- J Foley W Gerst 40 60 60 20 10 

WB 3 1(^ 8 5 5‘ 3‘ 3nk 3n F’brother Caledonia Stable 5 6 5 2 1 

w 5 102 5 12 9i 7- 6‘ 4* Kennedy J James 3 4 3 6-5 3-5 

WB 3 95 7 4 4»k o‘ 5i 5* Brannon T Clare 15 20 15 6 3 

WB 4 108 11 3 1* I'i I'i 6i J W M’hyA Ball** 34 5 4 2 1 

WB 4 110 4 11 74 64 7* 7’ Q’rlngton Mrs R I Miller 20 30 30 10 4 

WB 6 108 1 1 iO* 9» 8* 8* Harty W L Oliver 40 60 10 4 2 

w 4 103 3 7 • fik 84 94 9* Whitning D Hill 8 12 10 4 2 

wsB 5 108 6 8 11» 12 11‘ 10*4 T Steele B F Guthrie • SO 40 15 6 3 

WB 8 110 12 10 8*il0‘ 10'411« Shea MrsGFRichlngs 10 12 12 6 24 

WSB 3 103 10 9 12 HI 12 12 C H ShlTgE M Mitchell 8 12 8 3 8-5 

Time, 25. 50. ItlCii. 



witli a rush and outgamed Alomar in the final drive. j.Tie latter. luHch used In following Grace Kimball 
for tlic first half, tired under punishment at tlie end. Revery ran well, but just lasted kmg enough to stall 
left Guard’s rush. Tlie latter closed a big gup. Ocean Spray broke well, but was imilod np. Grace 
Iximliall set the pace to the stretch. I>ut «|uit in the final drive. The niiincr was entered for SOOO; no bid. 
Overweights — Margaret. 5 ponmls. 



75676 



In d Horses A 

75463»BY'Z.ANTINEi ws 6 
75487»G.\LT W 4 

7.7163 GEO. LEIPER w 5 
77.737»TONY HART W 7 

74325 E.SQUIUt: WS 4 

74991 .MURILL-Y W 4 

7249* t -MERRY MAKER w 9 
7.74.7S»FL. VIRGINIA.N Ws 9 
7.75:17 R.At'H.I.V ' ws 4 



SECOND RACE — About 2 Miles. Steeplechase. (69976—4:34 — 7 — 150.) Purse $400. 
4 year-olds an d upward . A llowances. Net value to winner $.310. 



AWtPPSt 4 7 10 13 Str Fin Jockeys 
ws 6 143 7 1 li 14 1'4 2« 12 124 E Stone 



w 4 134 3 3 
w 5 14:i 8 2 
W 7 140 9 6 
ws 4 i:!2 4 4 
W 4 128 3 7 
w 9 143 2 S 
ws 9 153 6 7 
WS 4 127 1 9 



2i 22 I'i 2« 2’«' Dayton 
5‘ 4i 42- 32 31 W Allen 
7* 5'« .36 42« 4’« Rosteck 
32 i\» r.2" .72“ r.'» Pending 
C,h 7JO fi fi Vogt 



7.74.7S»F'I,. V1RG1NI,\.\ Ws 9 173 6 7 4J 46 3= Br. down. 

7.7.7:17 R.At'H.I.V ^ ws 4 127 1 9 Fell. Bowser H A Beal 15 20 20 8 3 

Time. 4:39. 

V\ inner — H. g. Ity 0<dagon — Mallow (trained b.v A, Bailer). 

M ent til isist at 3:07. .\t p^>st 1 minute. Start good. Won easily: seoaitl and tliird driving. Byzan- 

tine was rated along at an even pace all the way. went to tlie front easily In the last lialf and was easing 
up r.t tlw end. Galt was made tliree or four moves with, was tiring liadlv wlitHi Kvzaiitiiie jiusseil him 
at llie eleventh jump, but held on gamelv. tleorge I,eii>er oiitgaiiH-d Tonv’llart in tlie stretcli for llilrd 
pliKs*. Racilla fell at the first jump. Flying Virginian fell lame and was pulled up. .Merrv .Maker ran 
iHit at file last jump. 

•Scratelusl— 7.72332.ToUn Dillon. 153; 7 .’m. 37 Pickfime, 1.73; 7.7412 Bank Holidav, 151. 

Overweights — Es«]uire. 3 pounds; .Murilia, 1. 



A Bailer 


5 


8 


6 


2 


4-a 


E M Dayton 


9-5 


2 


8-5 7-lOout 


T F Coles 


8 


1.5 


12 


4 


2 


.1 H Clay 


8 


1.5 


12 


4 


2 


W F^orman 


20 


25 


25 


8 


4 


-Mrs A F' Ht 


witl20 


.30 


30 


lu 


5 


C J Murray 


8 


1.7 


12 


5 


2 


rO K Kerr 


2J 




2 


4 .7 


2-5 


H A Beal 


1.5 


20 


20 


8 


3 



pr fT fy TniRu R.\cE-d 

m vJ i i Allowances. 

I 111 ! Horse s A Wt 1 

7.7566 R.AMBLF: wit 104 10 

(7.7651)PFL\RL POINT wn 111 9 

T.Mll H.\WKSF'UGHT wn 10:i 2 

74964 CHICOS.A WB 99 X 

7.^733 OATH. ('ARDWELL WB 9.8 



TfllRl) R.\CE — 4 1-2 Furlongs. (20136— .741 — 2 — 100.) Purse $400. 2-year-olds. 

Allowances. Net value to winner $310. 

AWtPP.St '4 Vj % Str F’in .Jockey's Owners O H C 1 



7."3.992DEVISF7R 
746maBI,ACK MtJSFi 
7.'.4SX>T.\PiOOA 
7:l,S09 F'lRFlBUG 
748.70 RIBBO.N GlRl, 



w 115 3 2 
n B 107 6 n 
w 98 1 i'l 
w 107 4 7 
w 9;i 7 9 



l‘.i I'i ink Delaby R E Watkins 

.32 3« 2i C Koerner J W Pangle 

22 2'J .32 C H Shil’g.\ Brown 
62 42 42 T Steele A II Steele 

92 81 52 Whitning M Nicoll 

4: 5' 6' (! Burns .1 f: -Madden 

55 6' 72 A l,ee .1 F’ Bartlett 

XI 72 S“ .1 W M'liy.X O Tlioiiipsou 

7' 91 9' H Alex .1 H Madigail 

lo to 10 Kennedy O I’aiigritz 



O H C P 8 

5 6 5 2 1 

2 2J 9-(7 4-5 2-3 

8 10 8 3 8-5 

50 60 50 20 10 

12 15 15 5 2 



»UI 6i> 60 2i) 10 

748.70 RIBBCIN GlRl, w 9tl 7 9 lo lo 10 Kennedy t' I’aiigritz 60 loo loo 40 15 

Time. 24;. .70. .775. 

Winner- B. g, liy Indio — Darauilia (trained l>y R. 17. WatkiiLsl. 

Went to iHist at 3:;;2. ,\t t»"st 7 iiiiiiiites. Start gissl. Irivliig; sei'iaid and third Hie same. 

HniiiMe outbroke Hic others and drew away into a gtsal lead liefore tliey liad gone a frrloiig, lint tired in 
tile stretcli and was driving to the limit at tlie end. Pearl Point. Iiaiidica|i|ied l>v tin- going, liroke slowly. 
Imt tiiiislied gaining on the winner at every stride. Hawkstliglu ran well. Imt kept liearlng to the outside 
in tlie last liirlong. Deviser ran jsiorl.v and wa.s eas«-d u|i in Hie stretcli. I'liicosa wont WtdI. Tanioi-ii 
was off liadly. 

Scratclicd- -7.743.32Sight, 104 : 7534'2> I.m'd Direct, I02. 

(iverweights — Ilawksfliglit, 4 pounds. 



Fill K1 If R.\( K -1 Mile. t(i*»21 1- - 1 :,19,' — 1 — ltI2. i I’lirsc $4iai, 3 .year- obis auil iip- 

ff i C 3 ward. .Allowances. Net value lo winner $.'!10. 



Ind Horses 


AWtPPSt ',i 




str F'in 


.Iis-keys 


Owners 


O 


11 


C P s 


f75r»13)H.VWKA.M.A 


w 4 


114 .7 1 3* 


n 1“ 


1“ 1“ 


Harty 


F'airport .Stable 


ji-r» 




9-,7 7-l(Kmt 


776.53 TFIRAH 


WB 3 


97 4 5 r. 


;» 5- 


»> 1 


F” brother 


F3 A Brennan 


•)i 


•ji 




7.'^®:.70“gii.f:k 


w ;» 


S9 3 .: 4.'. 


2nk 2h 


o* I’’' 


Deverich 


D I’arr 


6 


G 




7.7430“F'ERNANDO 


WB 3 


St 1 4 2“ 


4'i 4“ 


4'.'. 4.'. 


T Koerner H Meise 


:',o 


30 


•2.7 6 2 


77404’DIXIE HIMMEL 


WB 3 


!*2 2 L* IV*. 


2b r, 


.7 .7 


Flngl’der 


J Gar.son 


2.'. 




ll-57-10')ut 



Time, 25. .71. 1:17L 1:4 4). 

Vinner — B. g. by Hawkswick — .VmaraiiHi (trained tiy E. .1. Gildersleevel. 

Went to iiost at 3:5,8. .\t |>ost 2 minutes. Start goisi. Won easily; sei-oiid and tliird the same. Haw- 
kaina revelled in Hie sloppy going and. dasliiiig to Hie front on the liackstretcli. drew awav into an easy 
lead on Hie far turn aud won cantering. Tcrali laoke slowly and was forced to work his way ii|> oii 
Hie outside, lint easily disisised of Hic oHiers for scomd jdace. Giles ran well, 1ml tired in Hie last iiiiar- 
ti'i'. Dixie Himnicl showetl sjiecd and was eased iiti after slie Hrisl. 

Scratclied — 7,7,'5,S8 Uncle Tollv, lo2; 7.7.')8.7 Woolsloiie, lo4. 

, 2 

y pr O y fifth race- 5-8 MUe. (04490 1:161) 2 lOT.. ) $4 (ni added. 2-year obis. Selling. 

I I Net value to winner $::Ck7. 



l iid Horses 

(7,7.7;j3)CH Il’.M UNK w B 109 X 1 12 1* ]:• p (' H Shii'gR L Thomas 24 :! ’ 4-.7~]-3' 

(7.7460)BR( >W.N TO.NV WB lOS 5 4 .3' .i* 2‘ 2« G Burns W 11 Most.y 4‘ 5 4 X .7 4-7 

755,39 MISS I.\IOGF’,.\'E \Mi 104 7 5 2* 2i :;2 ;{.» .1 W .M'hyU P. Stelb- 12 15 1.7 C 

7.7361 TR.APPF', VV 99 9 6 Cl 4' 41 46 F”broHier A G Weston 1.7 ’5 ’a 8 5' 

75539 MEXIC.A.V GIP.I. w lot 6 :: 11 62 5> .76 .1 F’oley W Gerst ].7 2.7 25 10 4 

75460 HAWKW1N(! W 109 lo 2 5' .71 61 link Hurty .i S Tyree 25 40 40 "0 JO 

(7.74v))NASTURTI.A w 109 lo 7‘ X-' 72 72 (' Koerner \V F .Matliews 8.7 2 8 5 4 5 1:: 

7.2-3.3X LACKN.Al'GHT w 94 1 7 X' 9' X2 92 Kennedy 1' Pangritz 60 1<8> loO 4o 20 

(754.7:.iLoW' HFlAR'l' WB 99 2 X 92 71 9: 9* F'rancis B * O Stable 12 20 15 5 24 

75(14(1 H.ANK W 108 4 9 10 10 10 10 H Alex .1 H Madigan .7<l 60 60 20 10 

Time. 24. 4!D. 1:(133. 

Winner B. c, by Fatlierless — Ethie (trained li.v H. Mi'liaiiiel 1 . 

AVent lo lH>st at 4:22. At post 3 luiiiiiles. Start. giKMi. Won cantering; second and tliird driving. 
Ciupmiiiik. an extra gotal mud runner, dashed into a long lead on Hic far turn and w.ss only cantering at 
tin- end. Brown Ton.v wore .Miss liuogeiie down on the far turn and easily diS|>osed of lier in Hie stretch 
Miss Imogene, off forwardly, ran well to Hie stretch, but tired badlv at the end and was drixiug to the 
limit to stall oft' Trapiie. The latter moved up fast after entering the homestreleli, tmt tired in the final 
strides. Nasturtia, crowded liaek at the start, worked her way up on the extreme oiitsiile and closed a big 
gap. The winner was entered for $50t); no bid. 

Scratched— 7.55.'{9»Slie Wolf, 164. • 

Overweiglits — -Nasturtia. 1 pound. 



Iiie to win ner $■'!('»; 
AWtPPSt >4 '• 



J Str F'in .fiM'keys 



w B 109 X 1 
WB 10s 5 4 
« B 104 7 5 
VV 99 9 «; 
w lot 6 :: 
W 109 lo 2 
w 109 ;; lo 
w 94 1 7 
W B 99 2 X 
W 108 4 9 



0_H_t: 
~24 2’ 



12 15 1.7 6 2 .'. 

1.7 2.7 25 8 4" 

1.7 2.7 25 10 4 

25 40 40 20 10 

X .7 2 8 5 4-5 1 :: 

60 l«i) loO 40 20 

12 20 15 f, 24 

.7<1 60 60 21) 10 



75680 ■•‘"T, 

Ind Horses 

74827 MISS DEI>.ANF:Y 
75484 TEX.VKOFl 
(75485)TEMMER.\IRE 
7.7465 PR. HOHENLOHE 
718S3 TEE TICK 



SIXTH RACE- - 3-4 Mile. (.77.Sik> I:I2« 3 sd 

ward. Selliii g. .Net value to winner $.370. 

AWtPPSt 44 i . , Str Fill .l(M'ke.vs 

F:y WB .3 103 5 2 .36 4= 26 16 Delaby 

WB 3 105 2 1 I* 1'4 1*4 2- <’ H Shil 



$4(Hi adde.i. ;t year olds and up- 



'. a 74 Str I ill .l(M'ke.vs Owners 

.36 4 = 26 16 Delaby R FI Watkins 

12 lu lu 2^ C H Shil'gG K Tompkins 

L'k 2* 3°k Devericli J Dyment 

5 5 5 4' Kennedy A 1, {.e^limaii 

4'4 36 4* 5 Moreland ,S Igizariis 



0 H C P S 

2 2i H-54-5 1-3 
24 34 3 1 2-r. 

24 13-58-5 3-5 out 

6 8 6 2 3-5 



(75485)TEMMER.\IRE WB 4 110 4 3 26 2' 3°k Devericli J Dyment 24 13-58-5 3-5 out 

7.7465 PR. HOHENLOHE W 4 113 I .7 5 5 5 4' Kennedy A 1, l.,elimaii 6* 8 6 2 3-5 

718S3 TEE TIt-K WB 3 108 3 4 4'J 36 4’ 5 Moreland ,S Igizariis 15 20 20 6 2 

Time. 24S. ,->0), 1:17V. 

Winner — B. f, b.v Plaudit — Laodlce (trained liy R. E. Watkins). 

Went'to post at 4:4.S. .\t post 11 minutes. Start giKHl. Won driving: second and Hilrd Hie same. 
Miss Delaney was waited with until rouiuliiig Hie far turn, where she moved up on tlie outside, wore 



ll.S.t Purse $1110. .'!-yeiir-<j 



4‘4 2'4 li 1> 



iQi-keys Owners 
Koerner .A Welier 



O H C 
2 11-62 



ypF^Q-| SEVENTH RACK— 1 1-16 Miles. t644».Y 1:4(!J— I- ll.S.t Purse $ loo. 3 year-olds and 

i tJ C3 -A. iiiiward. S ell ing. Net value to winner $310. 

Ind Horses AWtPl’St ’4 ■(> St r F’in .Toi'keys Owners o H C P S 

75654 ZIPANGO w 4 110 5 .3 4‘4 2'4 li 1‘A 11 <’ Koerner .A Welier 2 11-62 7-lo 1 

7.76.76“ PFITUL.AN 'I' WB 3 92 3 1 7® 5= 3' 3“ 2“ T Koerner FI A Brennan 2 .3 2?. 4-5 2-5 

75541 DUNVEG.AN WS 3 84 1 2 l°k ia 2' 2' 3“ Devericli I’ Kernell 20 30 30 lo 4 

(75.7.361. A LT.A M’DON.ALD W 4 lOl 4 6 5'“ 46 4" 4“ 4i F'’brother A I., Poole .7 6 6 2 1 

75490 L.ADY G. SP.ANKER w 4 94 2 7 66 7“ 7‘ 5' 6' DIggins H A Beal 20 20 15 5 2J 

75.7;i6 PERFECTOR w 4 101 6 8 8 8 8 8 O" .1 F'oley .\I Nicoll 60 60 60 15 6 

74647 EMINOL.A w.s 4 92 8 6 3' .31 5i 7“ 7' F’raiici.s J C Smith 8 lo 4 8-5 4 7 

71.707“I,EO P.AUI, w 4 98 7 4 2'i 6® 6' 6i 8 J W M’l'yF Malcolm I’J) 60 60 20 10 

Time, 2oi. 49*. 1:D;. 1:43, l:.72j. 

Wiiiner—B. c, l«y .■Vdmoiiition — Miss C. (trained liy J. ,S. Wanl). 

Went to post at 5:13. .\t |«>st 1 minute. Start g;aKl. Won easily; seciaid and tliir,l driving. Zipaiigo 

was taken liack on the first tuni. tlieii moved up witli a rush on tlie outside and, drawing awa.v on the turn 
fm- lionie. was eased up all tlirougli Hie last furlong. Petulant closed a gap and made a game ciiallenge 
after eiiteriug Hie liomestretcli, but tired in Ho* filial drive. Diinvegaii set Hie earlv pace, imt tired in the 
last uuarter. Flmiipila got off forwardly, tmt kept lieariiig out all the way. .Vita AIcDonabl ran iiKsleratelv 
well only. Tlie winner was entered for $iioO; no Idd. 

Scratclied — (7.7.71.7)Kiiig of tlie Valley. IOT>; 1 7r>(',r>2 ) Sobm Shingle, 10.8; 7,7.VIT> St. Ilario. 104; 7.716(5 
Lord Dixon. lo2; 7.7402 luilKHleii, 102; 76 <>.~m Restoration. 9,S; 7.7I5.7.7 Kid Roos. I(l4. 



3 


92 


3 


1 


7® 7= 


3' 


3* 


2- 


T Koerner 


f: 


A Brennan 


2 


;> 


2?. 


47 


2-- 


3 


84 


1 


3 


ink la 


2' 


oi 


3* 


Deverich 


I’ 


Kernell 


20 


30 


30 


10 


4 


4 lUl 


4 


6 


5* 40 


4® 


4^ 


41 


F” brother 


A 


I. Poole 




G 




;; 


1 


4 


04 


2 


7 


6h 7“ 


7® 




r»' 


DIggins 


H 


A Heal 


1*0 


20 


15 


3 


-1 


4 


101 


6 


8 


X 8 


S 


S 


G« 


.1 F'oley 


.\I 


Nicoll 


Go 


Go 


50 


15 


6 


4 


92 


8 


5 


3' 31 


.7.®. 


7- 


7' 


F’rancis 


J 


C Smith 


8 


lo 


4 


X-7 


4 ■ 


4 


98 


7 


4 


2'J 6® 


6' 




8 


J W M’l-yF 


Malcolm 




Gt) 


60 


20 


10 



25i. 49*. 1:D;. 1:43, l:.72j. 



; secmid and tliir.l driving. Zipaiigo 
side and, drawing awa.v on the turn 
a gap and made a game challenge 
set Hie early pace, imt tired in the 
•ay. .Vita Alclionabl ran iiKsleratelv 



75687 Sixth Race- 


-1 Mile and 50 Yards. 


(Track 


record: AuguRt 11, 1906 — 1:411 — 4 — 100.) 


3-year- 


olds and upward. 


Selling. 






Ind. Horses. 


Wt. 


Fin. Jockeys. 


Op. Cl. PI. 1 


75614 Queen Alamo 


108 


1* Rettig 


5 


9 4 


75614 Christmastlde 


105 


2J GArchib’d 


8 


9 :: 


7-7636 Ten Row 


107 


3'* A 'Walsh 


8 


7 2J 


755SO“Elota 


105 


4 Mentry 


9^ 


2 4-5 


75596 Ixivey Mary 


108 


5 J Hayes 


20 


25 10 


75596 .Sahara 


108 


6 Scovllle 


30 


50 20 


7.7242 Redwood II. 


110 


7 Gargan 


G 


9 4 


77614 Confessor 


113 


8 Gaugel 


6 


4 9 5 


7-7601 Blacklock 


102 


9 A Harris 


15 


30 12 


74104 Adela R. 


105 


10 D Boland 


20 


30 12 


Show Betting — Queen 


Alamo, 2; Christmastido. 1 


3-2; Ten Run, 6-5; 


FMota, 2-5. 








Time, 1:44). 






Winner — B. m, 5 


. by 


Oddfellow — Kinda. 




Went to post at 


4:40. 


At post 2 minutes. Start 1 


1 imor. Won cantering; 


second and third 


driving. 


Fllota had no excuses. 








Sc ra t ched- — 7.7632 


Nebulous, 100. 







NEW YORK FORM CHART. 

tSHKEPSHE.AD BAY.) 

MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1908. 'WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 

Nintli day. Coney Island Jm-key Citil>. Summer Meeting of 1.7 da.vs. 

Presiding Judge, Clarence McDowell. Starter, Mars Cassidy. Secretary, C. Fellowes. 

Racing starts at 2;, 30 p. in. (Cliicago time 1:30 p. in.). W indicates- whip. S spurs. B blinkers. F'ig- 
ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate index number, track record, age of hors*- 
and weight carried. 

^ Pw FIRST R.\CE — 1 Mile. (i».'52-43— 1:37) — 15 — 101.) $.7(10 added. 3 year-olds and upward. 

I Allowances . Ne t value to winner $430 . 

Iiid Horses .AWtE’PSt (4 ',2 ?4 Str F'in .Tm’keys Owners O H C 1’ S 



75663 ‘ 



Did Horses 

(74914)PRISCILd7L\N 

7.75S4“PETER QUINCE WB 3 105 5 2 I'l I'l 11 2“ 2“ Notter J R Keene 3 5 4.'. 6-7 1-3 

7i€23 FAR WEIST WB 6 105 2 3 .7 36 36 36 :i« McCahey -M I. Schwartz :: 4'. 4 4-5 1 -4 

7.7.749“ROBERT COOPER w 3 106 3 4 46 5 5 .7 4“ J IjOC F” .A Forsvthe 50 .To ::o 6 1 

75602“.! UBILEF: w 3 106 4 .7 .'56 46 4'1 4“ 5 R McDan’lF' Littlefield 6 8 8 2 1-2 

Time. 12), 2;5s. .'54*. 4(5). .79. 1:14), 1 :.'57). 

Winner— Cli. g, by Hastings— St. Priscilla (trained by A. J. Joyner). 

Went to iK>st at 2:32. At iiost 3 minutes. Start good. Won cantering: second and third driving. 
Prisclillaii. a genuine crackerjack. indiilgeil the pacemaker with the lead for six furlongs, then ilrew out 
in leisurely fasbimi and won off pulling up. Peter Quince set a tremendous pace on sufferance and gave 
way readily to Hie favorite, but easll.v held Hie others safe. F'ar West, outpaced in the early riiiiiiiiig. 
tiiiislied well. Robert Cooper and Jubilee were lioi>eIessly outpaced and outstayed all the way. 

Scratched — 76445 Big Chief, 11(>: (54.767 Maxie Witt. 108; 7.">444 Moonshine, 10.'5. 

Overweights — Peter Quince. 4 pounds: Rotiert Cooper, 6; Jubilee, 5. 



WB 3 108 1 1 2® 2’ 2'-' I'J 1“ E Dugan A Belmont 



./ R Keene 
M L Schwartz 
F' .-A Forsythe 



O H C P S_ 

.3-5 4 5 3-5 out — 

3 5 4.'. 6-7 1-3 

3 41 4 4-5 1 -4 

50 .To ::o 6 1 

6 8 8 2 1-2 



75664 



SECOND R.VCE— 6 1-2 Furlongs Main Course. (47(502— 1 : 18)— 3— 10:5.) $600 added. 



3-year-oIds and upward. 



Gentlemen Riders. Net val'.ie to winner $.796. 



In d Horses 

735)52 I'ONY BONERO WB 4 148 5 1 li 1® 1® 1® MrDFl’m’nC R Fleischmannl-2 3-5 9-20out— 

64229 GRAND VEDFITTE w 4 150 4 4 2“ 2' 26 2'1 Mr J O’B’nA D J Paul *3 4 3i .3-5 1-4 

7447S BEN COLE w 3 135 1 5 3 ' 3“ 3“ 3' Mr C .Sm’hCoIumbia Stable 12 13 13 4 1 

64978 RENAULT W 6 148 3 3 5 .7 4“ 4® Mr L Ev’sA D J Paul *3 4 3J 3-3 1-4 

72050 I.OUDOUN LIGHT w 4 145 2 2 4'J 4'J 5 5 Mr J T’kerG R Tompkins 10 12 10 3 3-5 

♦tkmpled In betting; no separate place or show betting. 

Time. 11). 22). :55). 47), 1:14. 1:21). 

Winner — Br. e, by Sain — America (trained by J. J. Hyland). 

Went to iHist at .3:01. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won cantering; second and third driving. 
Tony Bonen> outclassed Ills opposition, drew out quickly and proceeded to spreadeagle them. Grand Vedette 
maintained iieareet pursuit of the winner throughout and was easily second best. Ben Cole was always 
prominent, tmt tired in the closing drive. Renault, outrun and droiipiiig bai'k earl.v, finished well eventu- 
ally. l.oudmm Light showed speeil for six furlongs and quit badly. Tlie winner was entered for $1..70(i: 
110 bid. 

Seratelieil — 71635 Sal Volatile, 143. 

Overweights — Grand Vedette, 5 pounds; Renault, 3, 

ry PJO O pT third race— 6 1-2 Furlongs Futurity Course. (260.'57— 1 :04)— 2— 1 22. ) Zephyr 

§ Stakee, $ 2,000 a dded. 2-year-olds, Allowances. Net value to winner $.3,(590. 

Ind Hoi^s ; A Wt P P St *4 ‘/a % Str Fin Jockeys Own ers O H C P S 

75640 TORBBLLdNO W 112 3 3 4“ 4'J 3“ 1' McCahey A B Soreckels 20 20 20 8 4 

75548‘WAMBA wb 108 10 2 2 ' 2'J 2* 2' Notter J R Keeih 4 5 4 8-5 4-5 

(75C18)MEDIANT w 117 5 1 1“ 1* IJ 3“ D McC’thyH B Duryea 2 11-52 4-5 2-5 

75494 STATESMAN w 108 4 3 r.J 5'J 4J 4® Gamer F E Gardner 8 10 6 2 1 

75586*C. OF CHFJST'BR<X)K w 106 2 4 .36 36 .7 ' 56 Shreve E 'B Cassatt 20 30 30 10 5 

75443* L.AAV’TON -VNaGGINS w 120 7 6 6' 6J 65 6* J I.«e J E Madden 4 8 7 2J 7-6 

74788“*ESCHAU wb 108 9 7 71 9' 9' 7* E Dugan MontpellerStable 4 4 ,3J 6-5 3-5 

755.70 CKXJDHEART wb 108 8 9 9-J 8' 7* 8* R McDan’lA Belmont tlO 12 8 3 8-5 

75518 MADMAN WB 108 11 8 8' 7J 8' 9* Musgr've A Belmont tlO 12 8 3 8-5 

EFFENDI w 108 1 10 10' 10* 10* 10* W Doyle W T Ryan 30 30 30 10 5 

75568 EINFIELD wb 108 6 11 11 11 11 11 W MiUer W Clay 25 25 20 8 4 



AWtPPSt '4 H % Str Fin Jockeys 



-S6.) $4(X) added. 3-year-olds and upward. 



Ind Hoi^s ; A Wt P P SI 

75640 TORBBLLdNO W 112 3 s' 

75r)48»WAMBA WB 108 10 2 

(75018)MEDIANT w 117 5 1 

75494 STATESMAN w 108 4 3 

75586*C. OF CHFJST' BROOK w 106 2 4 

75443* L.AIV’TON 'VNTGGIN.S w 120 7 6 

74788“*ESCHAU WB 108 9 7 

755.70 CXXJDHEART wb 108 8 9 

75518 MADMAN WB 108 11 8 

EFFENDI w 108 1 10 

75568 EINFIELD wb 108 6 11 



A WtPP St *4 */3 % Str Fin Jockeys 



4* 4'J 3* 1' McCahey A B Soreckels 

2' 2'J 2* 2' Notter J R Keeih 

1* 1* IJ 3* D McC’thyH B Duryea 
r.J 5'J 4J 4® Gamer F E Gardner 

.36 36 .7' 56 Shreve E B Cassatt 



6' 6J 65 6* J I^e 



J E Madden 



Winner — B. f, by Steph Llllard — laobel (trained by L. V. Bellew). 

Went to poet at 2:43. At post 5 minutes. Start good. Won driving: second and third the Mme. | 
I4ttle Minnie ran in behind the leaders to the stretch turn, where she came tbrougb on the inside, finished 



74788“*ESCHAU wb 108 9 7 7J 9' 9' 7* E Dugan MontpeilerStable 4 4 ,3J 6-5 3-5 

755.70 CKXJDHEART wb 108 8 9 9J 8' 7* 8* R McDan’lA Belmont tlO 12 8 3 8-6 

75518 MADMAN WB 108 11 8 8' 7J 8' 9* Musgr've A Belmont tlO 12 8 3 8-5 

EFFENDI w 108 1 10 10' 10* 10* 10* W Doyle W T Ryan 30 30 30 10 5 

75568 EINFIELD wb 108 6 11 11 11 11 11 W MiUer W Clay 25 25 20 8 4 

♦Added starters. tC'oupled in betting; no separate place or show betting. 

Time, 1:(17. 

Winner — B. c, hv Solitaire II. — Sevens (trained by E. Wlshard). 

Went to post at 3:30. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second and third the same. 
Torhellino. forwardly placed and In the middle of the track from the start, closed up steadUy and made 
good going away at tM end. Wamba, after forward and persistent pursolt of Mediant, drew out la thd 



L J 






TUESDAY, JUNE 30. 1908. 



DAILY RACING? FORM. 



Ow n ers 
A .T Gorey 



last furlonc like tlie winner. lint sni-i*nnil>e<l in turn to Torla'llino in the last llft.v ynnls. Motliant inatle 
tile ninnlnt: by a wide trap to niiilwav of the stretcli, where she la-jiaii to tire after an extra sood effort. 
Slatesman was well up tlirontrhout and a fast tfoinj; fourth, t'hoiruiaster of I'hesterbrook showed superior 
early sj^d. but fail»-d to stay. Lawtmi WiKslins went wide and was always outpaced. Escbau. away 
|K)0rl.v. tiroke and ran green, but Is a sup|)osed good one. Madman bolted on the turn. 

Scratebed — TS-MS’Casque. 112. 



FOyRTU K.\t’E— 1 1-4 MUes. (754U5— 2:03 — i— 127.) Bay Ridge Handicap. $tJOO 

§ added. 3-year-olds and upward. Net value to winner $510. 

Ind Horses AWtl’FStSt hi hi % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II C P _S_ 

7.')623 OLD HONESTY w 4 119 1 3 It 1* 2« 2* 1^ 1= Nott'er .1 Gorey 21 3 11-64-G 1-4 

75444 JUGGLER WB f. 126 5 1 a 5 4l> 4- 4* 2’ R McDan’lG M Odom 2 2J 11-54-5 1-4 

75624»KILLIECR.\NKIE w 4 97 3 2 3* 3i 3» 31 .3ii 3« E Dugan W C Daly 6 S 6 2 1 

7.5,394 FOUNT' INBLUE wb 4 120 4 4 2= 2*1 1* 1* 2*1 4*® Garner J B Brady 2 21 21 4-5 1-4 

75520 BIG BOW w 6 112 2 5 4* 4* 5 5 5 5 W Miller T II Williams 10 15 15 4 7-5 

* Time. 12!!. 24J. 3»;3. 4SJ. 1:01. l:14i. 1:27. 1:4<)?. 2:(K;i. 

Winner — B. c, by Previous — .Mamie Do.vle (trained b.v J. Gorey). 

Went to post at 4:00. .\t i*ost 2 minntes. .Start gooil. Won easily: si'cond and third driying. Old 

llon<‘st.v, from a striding start, held the lead early and was afterwards patiently reserved in behind Foun- 
tainblne to the stretch, where he drew out and won comfortably. Juggler traihsl for half the Journey, but 
always within striking distance, then came with a belatisl stretch rush. Killiecraukic ran fonvardly for 
seven fnrlougs. then tireil. Fountainbliie was sent into the lead at the end of a furlong and set the pace 
Id the stretch, then <]uit ver.v badly Jiud pulled up lame. Big Bow was well up for irnarly a mile, then 
diopiN'd out. 

^•ratched — 7.">ti23 Monfort. 122 : 7.5520 r.lne Book. 121. 



O H C P S 

~2l 3 11-64-5 1-4 

2 2J 11-54-5 1-4 
6 S 6 2 1 

2 2.5 21 4-5 1-4 

10 15 15 4 7-5 



Went to post at 4:23. At i)ost 2 minutes. Start good. Won easil.v: second and third driving. Dire«» 
ipr sprinted into the lead in the first furlong and won well in baud throughout. l*retension. showing sudden 
improvement, followed Director elosol.v all the wa.v. but tlretl n«wr the end and had to stand a bard drlva 
to (aitstay Lad.v Esther. The latter came fast in the streteh and would have been second in a few strides. 
Fnniculaire. away slowly and botliered by Maid Militant on the first two tunis. closed a Mg gap. Stoner 
Hill had no inisliups. Sylvan Belle and Minnehaha tired badly lii the last quarter. The winner was en» 
tereil for $5«t0; no bid. 

Scratched — 75575 La Fayette. Ill; 75030 Huerfano. 107; 75593 Granada. 114; 755T5=Canopian, 111; 
7.5.50.': Meadowhreeze. 114. 



FIFTH RACE— 1 Mile. (75520—1:38—5—114.) Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. 
I O I Selling. Net value to winner $300. 



AWtPPSt % hi %StrFin 



Mutuel Takings. Auc’a 
Str. PI. Sh. Sales. 



FIFTH U.\CE— 5 1-2 Furlongs Turf Course. (2o;!02— 1:07*— 2— 117.) $500 added. 

4 ■ 2-.vear-olds. .Mlowauces. Net value lo winner $4!K). 



75422».s!ELE<,''TM.\N wb 117 12 2* 2'J 2= 1>‘ Nottor J R Keene . 

75.5S6 .SJANDPII’ER WB 111 10 3 li li* in 2= E Dugan H P Whitney 6 8 8 3 7-5 

(7.5622)(^NATTGHT RANGER w 122 6 4 5*4 4*J 3* 3= J l.ee J E Madden 6-5 6-5 9-102-5 1-5 

75586 EL I’lCAKO w 112 8 1 3n 3*1 4*4 4* W Miller T 11 Williams 10 10 6 2 1 

7.Vi89 COTYTTO w 109 9 5 4 = 5J 5* 5*4 4V Doyle A K Spreckels 8 10 10 4 2 

75.748 AMRI w 109 2 6 74 7* 6* 64 Musgr’ve L A Livingston 10 15 15 5 2i 

75566 GLIDING BELLE w 114 7 8 Si S| 7= 7= li McDan'lW F Schulte 20 40 40 1.5 6 

('H.VFFTNCH ' w 112 11 7 6* 6* Sh 84 Mc*’ahcy M L Schwarz 20 30 30 10 5 

75607 O. U. KID wi: 112 4 10 10** 10= 10= 9* I.ang J L McGinnis 10 13 15 5 2i 

74913 H.\ROLD JUNIOR w 112 5 9 9= 9= 9* 10= Shreve .1 W* Otten 25 .50 50 20 10 

MP5RKY KNIGHT wb 112 :! 11 11 11 11 11 Garner M Allen Jr 15 30 30 10 5 

Time. 12. 2.'!?. .'UtII. 4K,»^ l:01i. 1:07)1 (new track record). 

Winner — B. c. hy Voter— Pink Diimino (trained hy J. Bowel. 

Went to iMist at 4:28. At iM>st 5 inimites. Start fair. Won driving: second and third the same. 
.Seleetnian bn>ke slowly, hut forced the pace throughout and ontslayed SandpiiM-r in ii terrific finish. Tlie 
latter held a small lead on the Inside and saved ground on the stretch turn, hut tired in tlie final strides. 
Uoniianght Ranger, from an inside slow start, was quickly shuffled back and made a very wide stretch 
turn, but clos«»d a big gap at tlie end and was eioiil.v liest. El Picaro. from a flying start. -was taken back 
after early interference and looiniMl up menacingly niidwa.v of the stretch, hut fired at the end. Cot.vtto 
ran forwirrdl.v to the strctcli and tired. Ainri finished well. Gliding Belle, awa.v very hadl.v and serioitsl.v 
interfered with, closed a hig gap. ('haffinch showed earl.v speed. 

Scratched — 7.5.550= Harcigan. 117; 75.580 Petticoat. 10!l; 7.5r>»U5 Madiiian, 122. 



2'S 2= 1>‘ Nottor 



J R Keene 



li Ih ih 2= E Dugan H P Whitney 



5*4 4*i 3* 3= J 1^ 



J E Madden 



5 Si 1 1-2 
6 8 8 3 7-5 
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$116 


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w 5 109 


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w 5 111 12 


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$2204 $1077 $2483 $77 

$5 mutuels paid. Ritter Miss, $38.00 straight. $18.75 place. $13.15 show; Water Lake, $10.05 place. 
$8..55 show; Airship. $14.40 show. 

tMutuel field. ‘Auction field. Time. 24i. 40?. 1:15?. 1:42*. 

Winner — Br. f, h.v Bitter Root — Missouri II. (trained hy B. Vincent). 

Went to post at 4:.50. At jaist 4 minutes. Start good. Won easily: second and third driying. Bitter 
•Miss, awa.v fast and showing tlie most speed, set a fast pace all the way. held on well iii the stretch anil 
outstayed Water Lake. The latter, from a slow beginning, closed a big gap and finisheil gamely. Airship 
was always a prominent contender and tired in the final drive. Cmiville. forced wide and suffering from 
interference, eauie fast in the last quarter. Kohnotlaw had a rough trip. Voting quit In the stretch after 
showing speed, ('andine W. was going well when she fell lame. Javanese was practically left at the post. 
M.v Oueen of tlie Roses ran a had race. The winner was entered for $500: no bid. 

Overweiglits— Uygnet. 2 iiotmils. 



rTRr^rTil sixth R.VCE—1 l-ie Mlles. < 7149s— l;45i—:j—108.) Purse $400. 3-year-olds. 
I 4 Fillies. Selling. Net value to winner $3IX). 



Ind Horses 



AWtPPSt Str Fin Jockeys Owners Isle’s? 



75 668 

ind Horses 

75571=GEORGE G. HA 
75.571 DELIRIUM 
75571 MONTAUK 
749S4 UOAT < )F arms 
< 5.571=MONOCLE 
7.5396 TORENl.V 
7r,:i71 ROSARIO 



SIXTH KAt'E-1 1-16 Miles. ( 12824— 1 :47— 1—1 Iti.) $.500 added. 

ward. > laide-.a>. Siieci al We ights. Net val ue to w inner $530. 

A 44' t J’P^t_'i JiM -kc ys Ow ner s 

HALL w 4 107 11 4 58 58 34 2i 18 Brussel V H Rus.sell 

w 3 107 3 3 l*i 1= 1= li 28 E Dugan H P Whitney 

WB 3 110 4 15 118 iih 10 38 38 XI McDan’lP .T Dwyer 

IMS WB 1 107 1 5 2j 28 2’i 4*4 4* I..ang W Lakeland 

w 3 110 12 17 13 13 8= ,5i 58 Amidon R R Mandelba 

w 3 105 10 8 48 43 .54 64 6* Musgr've J F Carroll 



I..ang 

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W Lakeland 10 13 
R R MandelbaumlO L 
J F Carroll ' 20 3C 



o-.vear-olds and np- 

5 10 10 4 2 _ 

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6 6 6 2 1 



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10 12 10 4 



78 7i 5V Miller M Corbett 



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Wiiiiii'r — Cli. g, liv'St. Leonards — Illogical (trainial by .1. Fitzsimmoiisi. 

=Veiif to post at'5:<Mi. .Vt |iost minutes. Start fair. Won driving; siH-ond and tliird the same, 
looign G. Hall ran In striking ilistani’e imrsiiit of the iiaccmakers and wore tlieni down in a long and 
game drivi-. Dclirinm drew out quickly and tlircatcned to >i>icad0aglc the otlicrs, lint i-xccssiyc tirging in 
the early running caust*d liim to tire. .Montank. a slow iK’ginncr and ncMrI.v left, i-loscd an immense gap 
and is a* sta.ver. (’<*at of .\rms sliowcd sii|wrior earl.v sia-cd. hut tired after streinnins imrsuit of Delirium. 
Monocle, awa.v liadl.v. made up a tiemeiidons space of ground. Toiiuiia was prominent for iiearl.y a mile. 
Uosjirio closed up steadily. I'aniii d’Or, cut oil sltarpl.v at tlie start ami kiKK-ked hack lo last, closed a 
tremendous gap. 

Scratclied 7.5:tl(! Green Mill. IIP. 



7.5272 LADY ALMV WB 105 7 7 68 44 28 2= 1* E Martin P Dunnu $662 $237 $467 $23 

75478 LADY BALDUR w 106 6 5 28 1* 1= 18 2* Heidcl G W' J Bi.ssell IW 93 18:5 5 

75646 SILVER l!KOOK w 105 4 4 18 3J 3* 3*J 3i Fogarty H Palmer 65 41 80 *9 

7.5.577 APT w 106i 5 1 10= 9= 8* 6* 4= V Powers E Corrigan 425 1.52 333 13 

7.5<t34 DON.\ H. WB 107413 11 88 7* 58 45 5J Troxler D Hammond tl63 87 328 5 

75478 SAJNES.XW w 105 9 8 7“8 s* 9= 9= 6* C Ross K Schreiber 149 448 8 

7.5646 MERRIGO w 1064 1 2 4* 58 6“t 71 Benson S Forsythe 't t t 5 

7.5592 MY IX)VE w 105 12 12 11 108 iqi 85 8= Warren JCPerrissJr 215 132 302 11 

7.5646 I.UCILLE D. w 105 10 6 3* 2* 44 7J 9= Pickens J C Milam 135 69 143 • 

7.557.5 M.\1E FLETCHER w 105 3 9 5* 6nk 7j n iiij Day W A Hughes 112 30 182 5 

75323 MAI COURIA w 105 11 10 9i 11 11 lOi 11 S Flynn W' A Smith 79 43 70 • 

7."302 IvENORA G. mt 105 2 3 Fell. Glasner P Sten t t t • 

741S2 AGNES WOOD wb 100 8 13 Fell. Hufnagel J B Riley t t t • 

, ... . . $2H:JS $1033 $2536 $85 

V"*tuels paid. Lady Almy, $1S.90 straight, $11..S.5 place. $10.95 show; Lady Baldur, $22.50 place. 
$20.2.< show; Stiver Brook. $;k».9.i show. 

•tMiitnel field. *.\uetion field. Time. 24*. 49*. 1:15-’. 1:41*. 1 :4.S?. 

Winner — Ch. f, liy Compute — .\lmy (trained liv F. Hanlon). 

Went to jMist at r>:<Xi. At iKist 2 tninntes. Start good. Won easily; second and third driving. Lady 
.Mtnv was awa.v well, tint suffered from interference on the first turn, moved up steadilv after going a half 
and. finishing gamely, came away in the stretch. I.ady Baldur ran a gisid race, was close up from the 
.'tart and ran into a long lead, tlien tired, but lield on well In the closing drive. Silver Brook was away 
fast and clear of interference and ran a good race. Apt was kniM-ked back soivn after the start and came 
with a rush through the stretch. Dona 11. ran a good race. Sainesaw ran iMmrlv. Lucille D. quit badly 
utter going a half. L-nora G. was caught in a jam and foil on the first turn.’ .Vgnes Wood was taken 
directly over Imr and also went down. The winner was entered for $4(X(; no hid. 

Scratclieil — 75577 Balia. 105. 

Overweights — Aid, 14 pounds; IHina H., 21; Merrigo. 14. • 



New York Entries and Past Performances for Tuesday, June 30. 



■WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 





LATONIA FORM CHART. 




MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1908. 


WEATHER SHOWERY. 


TRACK FAST. 



Twent.v- fourth day. I.atonia Jockey Club. Spriii 



I’residliig Jmlge, (\ F. I’ri<-c. Starter. J. .1. lloltmaii. Secretary, John B. Dillon. 



Racing starts at 2:r>0 p. m. W indicates whiii, S spurs. B blinkers. Figures in parentheses following 
the distance of eacli race indicate index nnnilier. track record, age of liorsc and wciglit carried. 



75669 



FIRST RACE 5-8 Mile. 1 5tCai7 I :<mi ; 
Selling. Net value lo winner 



.\WtPl’.St *4 hi Str Fin 



2 11(1.) Purse $400. 2-.vear (ilds. Fillies. 



Mutuel Takings. Auc p. 
Str. I’l. Sh. Sales. 





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AY 


10.7 


1» 6 


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1* 


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$312 


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75608 


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l> 2 


1* 1*4 


18 


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277 


413 


15 


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7.7644 


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215 


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*1 




7.'.55 1=( lUEFl N" S .M FISS .\ ( ; 1 


1 \N R 


m:, 


:• 11 


11= 104 


9- 




Heidel 


.1 F' DlTiitt 


lit 


SS 


2::i 


9 




7.*»*i4>S 


MI.^lS HAPSHintG 


VN' 


105 


1 1 


4:.*. 7*. 


i'i= 


m* 


Skirvin 


1 i .M (■( 'an>‘nJr 


V 




t 


tic 1 




75473 


WnU.OAV PLUME 


\N' 


107 


11 0 


30.*. !r- 


II’ 


n > 


K Marlin 


Huglies Bros 


4;s 




112 








A.N'NA K.VY 


W 


i*.;. 


S 12 


12 12 


12 


12 


Jas ll.igg 


Gallalur liios 


t 








7-774 ;7- 



NEW YORK ENTRIES. 

(Sheeiishead Bay.) 

Racing starts at 2:.'i0 p. m. ((Miicago time. I:.'i0.) 
X Kims well in mud. ©Superior mud runner. 
First Race — 6 1-2 Furlongs Main Course. 



Ind. Horses. 

7.5.5.52 fressina 

7.5.5. W (Jiiecn Margneril 

7.5442= 'npping 

7.5571 Imitator 

72014 P.iskra 

7.5. ".20 .\imce P 

7.5571 Miss Norfoi'k . , . 



Fourth Race — 1 1-8 Miles. 
Spindrift Handicap. $;:,q(M) added, 
•’l-ycar-olds. 

(Tfiick record: 47:;25 — 1 :-52 — 4 — 91.) 

Ind. Horses. Uec. A. Wt 

(7.5041) Fair Play 1:52 121 



1 :2o* 



lares. Selliu;;. 


7.74MI.7* F'irestonc 


109. 


X7!i7 


— 1(»::.) 




7.i(i41- Hessian 


110. 


. .7!H» 


A. Wt. 


Hd»i). 


(.749.7 .Master Rotiert 


no. 


X(tH» 


.7. .114 


. X774» 


( 1.7.1.84) F'aleada 


112. 


. .7!H> 


Ml 


. . .74.7 


l7.ii>43) Earl G 


io:l 


X7S7 


.7. . lOS 


. X 74.7 


(7.>.i.>2) Royal Tourist 


114. 


. . 7K7 


.’!. .llH* 


. . .74.7 


7.i.>(K) Rosimiro 


97. 


X7S0 


.’!. .lo;: 


. . .7444 


l.l(•►’..s (fowaii 


JK7. 


. . 7S0 


!)(! 


. . .740 


i.it;<4.i S|HN>ner 


JKJ. 


X777 


. !)5 


. . .740 


<.»tX).> Live Wire 


!K). 


X770 


:*». .14 47 


.X777 


Fifth Race— 1 1-4 Miles 


Turf Course. 





Dial-plate 95 

Second Race — About 2 Miles. 

• Steeplecliase. 

l-year <d(ls and tipward. Handicap. 
(Track rcioiul: :!4(!(>9. — 4:03 — 4 — 1.52.) 



!)5..x72.5 
.103. . X720 
4. .103. . X7o() 
95 (>90 



3-.y*ar-olds and iqiward. Selling. 
Cl'rack record: 04.577 — 2:05g — 3 — Id!*.) 



$1629 $9?:: $230(( $75 

$.5 miihuds iiaid. Mrs. Si-wull. ,S.‘2;.o.5 str.uighl. $1.5. 1.5 )>l:i>-c. $11.00 show; Serenade, $;).70 |dacc. .$*.). .55 
elii>w : The Missus,' .$10.70 show . 

I. Mutuel field. ‘.Vtu'liou ticld. Time. '2t. (sL 1:Oo'. 

IViniier B. f. h.v Masctto-Maltcsi- ('r>>s> itraiued li.v I.. ('Iiidstyi. 

5\ cut to i>osl ai 2:13.. At )H>st 4 miuiitc». .Start g>HM|. Won driving: sci-opd Mini tldrd the same. 
Mrs. Scwall, awa.v in a tangle, gaiiicil sli-iidil.v and. finishing gamely, ciime awa.v from Serenade in lln> 
last seventy yai’ds. Serenade .showed tli<> most sihmuI to the sirclidi. hut tired after going a g<M>d half. 
The Missus closed a gat) in tlie sticli-li and o'lisla.ved Clialice. The latter ran a giMsl race and came from 
tar hack in the strctcli. Alici* Baird ran fairly well. Mercadcl showed s|H-cd. hut quit in the last furlong. 
Queen's .Message got off badly and w as given a iiad ride. Tlie w iiiiier was entered for $lOO; no hid. 
Scratched - -(7.50441.\dtuoiiish. 105: 7.5.57:! ('liarlot(<“ llaiuiiloii, 10.5. 

Gverweights -- t'halice. 1' iMuiuds; Mcrcailcl, 21; Denver Girl. 1‘. 



75670 



Ind Horses 



SECOND i;.\CIv Short Course. Steeplechase. ((H)792 2:.57 — (.► — 147.) Purse $1(H). 

3 year-olds and upward. Handicai>. N(*l viilnc to winner $:!(X). 



AWtPPSt 3 5 7 9 Str Fin Jockeys Owners 



Mutuel Takings. -Vuc'u 
Str. PI. .Sh. Sales. 



i7.5627).l.\.S(.'N 
7.>;-J7 M'JLVAIN 
7'i>27 ('IIANCEI.LOU 
7;6‘27 1 .M PERT I .V EN'(_'E 
7I41.S=DH. KEini 
75110 LIGHTS OUT 
7^■.(M) PIl.LEIi 



W 7 1.57 5 4= 4= 4*4 28 ]8 p X,k> ( •( ’Mi>hl bdon $si() $.5:! $l:'2; 

w 6 i::s 3 I ::= 28 r= 2* ('ochrau .iCKcrriss.lr t(:i2 ;!22 ;!6() 



WB 1 1:!I) 4 5 

w 4 i:’5 1 ,x 

W fi I'iO 7 ti 

WB 7 1.52 U 7 

WB (! i:r> 2 2 



:;= 21' :i*4 t'= 3= Garnett 



t. (!-' 9 
7 5‘ 6= 



75(h-.0 JUD. mac bride w 



:;t 4'== Garic 
r>'« 5'= WeltoB 
(i= 6" 5'oiircll 

.8 7* Wicklino 

7= S Payne 



L .1 Kuss :!S 

G C P.cimett 221 

•M H Dudley 12!) 
Benwick Bros t 
o Hak 39 

H Alexander 11 



75<;27 CL BL'K L.U)Y W 7 148 6 1 1'* 1® 1*5 Lost rider. E Mor'sonW Newman SiK5 279 :2;4 S 

$]!h;S $SS-,2 $1218 $1*1 

.$.5 luiitucls paid. Jason. $11(>.s.5 straight, $25.45 )>laee. $12..55 sliow; Ferriss & Reiiwiek entry, $.s.:>.5 
place. $7. HO show: Chancellor. $l.s.2.5 show. 

tFeirlss & Henwick entry. ‘.Viiction tiehl. Time. 2:.59. 

Winner — (.'h. g. b.v Juvenal — Talnca (trained hy W. J. Donohue). 

Went to )M>st at 3:1 .h. .\t i«*st 1 niinnte. Start giMMl. Won easily: second and third driving. Jason 

w.us a close contender ail the way and. finishing gamely, wore Mellvain down in tin* last furlong and won 
goin-j awa.v. McHvain, hard ridden thronghont. aiqieared a certain winner after wearing Coal Black Lad.v 
down, lint tired and swerved liadly at tl)e stretcli liiirdle. Chancellor ran a giMSl race ami is sliowing steady 

ii’.ipr(>veinent. ImiK'rtinenee was kei>t far hack in tlie first round of tlie course, but failed to respond when 

called on. Coal Black Lad.v went well to the last jump, where she unseated her rider. 

Scratebed — 7.5(527 Belford. 12S. 

Overweights — .Tudith .MaeBrhIe. iMUmds. 



THIRD UACE— 3-4 Mile. (5tH>2(*— l:12t— 3— KH). ) Purse $4(N). 3-year-olds. Maidens. 
4 tj 13 4 JL Odts and Geldings. .Mlowauces. Net value to winner $,'!(K). 



^ Mutuel Takings. Auc’n 

Ind Horse.s AWtPPSt Vi hi Vi Str Flu Jockeys Owners gtr. PI. Sh. Sales. 



755(i7'-' .Malai'ca 

75l('KH=tKing Castle 

7.5.5C,7=* Ironsides 

75.5(57 Dick Shaw 

74.5.5(i= Weirdsome 

7.5(Miii ' Fconoiiiy 

7.->«i()::= Expansionist 

7.5Ci(i:: Paprika 

7.">.5I7 Canvas 

747-52 Kohador 

71.529 BliHMlstoiie 

7.5(ii>;; Jig Mu^il• 

72(*::i Meddlesome Bo.v 

Tampico. Ii. c. hy Ben 
Strome — Barcarola . 

*.r. W. Colt entr.v. 

j P. J. Rainey entry. 

Third Race — 5-8 Mile Futurity 
2-.V car-olds. S'dling. 
(Track rccoi-d: 2ti(i.'!!i— ,5 .h5 — 2 

t7.5.5(G) TAKAHIRA I :(M» 

75Ji;7= I’reccpior l:((1i 

75(i22= Sea Cliff 1 :01 

75c2-5= Tatsio 1:((1» 

7.5.5I.S Ciiclc Jim I :((I 

(7.5C.04) Fore 1 :(><)• 

7.5(!(>4= Haiioiiia l:(.(li 

7.5.5CiiI Crania 

7.5. ".(i.5 Bcaiil.y Briglit 

7.5.5HC, S|icclatrcss 

7.5297 Wi'.ymontli 

7.5(>()4 I.aii.v .Swift 

7:5.':()9 IVesImore 

7.5. ' !41 Me rise 

7.5t!2.5 Yaiik(a> Daiiglilcr ...'.l:Uli 

7.500:: .Short Cut 

75.500 Leak out 

Traveller, cl), c. li.v 
Prince of Molliotirne 

— Rose Prim 

St. .\be, ch. c. hy .St. 
Lciaiards — Qiieens- 

ton 

La.sata, h. g. li.v Soli- 
taire II. — Bohemiau 
Lass 



5. .14.H 7(H) 

4. .142. . X095 

4. .].■>() 090 

5. .141 (KM) 

5. . i;:.5. . . .(KM) 
,H. .i:;o. . x(km) 

4. .1.55. . XOH.5 
7. .1.52. . X(5H5 

5. .B!.5. . XC.K5 
4. . i;!5. . XOHO 

0. .i:;o. . x(5Ho 

.5..135 075 

(i . , l.'iO . . , .07.5 
4 . . 1:!(J. . xo.~»o 



— 115.) 
!):x 
Kx;. 
10.5. 

9!). 

lot. 

9!). 

99. 

!)9. 

t)9. 



I’oiittHin 




4. 


. 9.’L 


. X7.70 


(irapple 




1!. 


.110. 


.©71.7 


Cniek Shut 


. . .2;(i(»s 


7. 


. 9.’!. 


. . .74 .7 


IJeaucicre 


. . .2:12? 


4. 


. ns. 


. X7i7 


Brother .Tonatliaii . 




7. 


. 9;:. 


. . .747 


Prince ('hing 




N. 


.107. 


. X 740 


Pins and Needles. . 


...2:07? 


4. 


.10«. 


. X 7::7 


Red l-’riar 


...2:05 8 


i>. 


.107. 


. X7.’:7 


Wiiniiug .Star 




7. 


. .87. 


. x7:mi 


Lallv 


. ..2:()7 


4. 


.101. 


• Xi’JO 



Sixth Race— 5 1-2 Furlongs Futurity Course. 
2-,ve!ir-ol(ls. Maidens. .Spi.eial Weights. 
(Track I'ccord: 2(X*:17 — 1:04? — 2 — 122.) 

‘Tlie Vicar, cli. g. I>y 

llamhnrg — Vespers . 112.... 



I 7.5025= The Pippin l:OH 112. ...72.5 

75117= 'HmI 1 15.. X 72(1 

7.5497 MiMirish King 1:0 n? 1 1.5.. x 71.5 

7.5.5H1I ‘Petticoat 112 .715 

7.5022 Rostrum 1:(*H? 11.5..XT10 

7.554.S Helen Harvey 112. ...710 

7.5(!OT Clef 1:(K5? 112..X7A5 

7.52.52 Fredonia 112. ...705 

7;29K» IVestmore 11.5 700 

7.5.54s J.H> I-ett 11.5 7(X> 

7.5:S)7 Banhiirj' 115....70<> 

7-5t97 Howth 115 700 

7-5290 Great Kills 115 »H15 

7.5.5H9 Corona Belle 112.... (K*a 

Dandy Dixon, hik. e, 
b.v Sir Dixon - Ihir- 

iliea 11.5 

Killcreeii. hr. e, hy 
Buck Massie -— .Miss 

Scheimer 11,5 

Mngwnmii. 4ir. e, hv 
IsM-ohatehee — Re- 
form mare 115 

Gus Helm, h. e. hy 
Golderest — Grace 

Lee 115 

I’eseatore, cli. g, h.v 
Requital — Fisher 

Girl 112 

Summer Night, cli. f, • 

li.v Star .Shoot — Blue 

Mas.s 112...'.... 

‘11. P. Whitney entry. , 

The figures under “Rec.” in uImivc entries show 
the liest time made by the hor.se at the distance 
since .January 1. 1906. This time is not nece«saril.y 
made hy a winner. It may be the estimated time 
of a losing performance. 



AWtPPSt Vi hi Vi Str Fiu Jockeys Owners 



75475=HIK''K wn 107 9 10 7* 4*J 14 1« NVarren TCMcDowell $.586 $:151 $413 $16 

75613 \V-\SHAK IE w 1074 3 9 11= 8= 6= 3= Troxler GWJBis.sell 349 172 :!67 1') 

75674 l.IGN.\NI>0 w I07 r> 7 6* 6= 4*1 .■J8 V Powers P Dunne 716 387 510 2o 

EDGAR HILL WB 102 11 2 :!4 2* :!i 4i Glasner PP.Iohnston t1"4 71 224 *11 

7.5.574 REX.VLIi 'M: 105 6 5 S'i .5i 7® e® Ja.s Hogg E 1> Baxter 327 17.5 3(Mi *> 

71.516 HAROLD H.\LL w B 10.5 2 4 2* 3= 5= 6= E Marlin H Oots 2.5* IS 4,5 * 

75.574 TR.M BEL w 10.5410 1 1= 1= 28 7® Heidcl G H Hollo t f t • 

7.5629 JERRY C.VRROLL w 10'.’ 12 13 12= 12= 9= 8= S Flynn John Marklein t t t • 

75450 THE REBEL " B 1064 7 6 4= 7*.4 8= 9J Benson J Everman 60 29 47 * 

PINK EYE w B 10.5 4 11 9* 91 104 10* Pickens M l>iyle 9 6 31 • 

TOM .H.MYTH 4V 1<®5 F! 8 104 I’J i:{ 118 J ConnellyE ('orrigan •; t + • 

BARNET w 102 8 :: 5-i 10* 12= 128 J Butler T H Stevens 4 3 S » 

75613 MASSON 4vr. 102 1 12 13 13 118 13 C Ross FWTorreyson 246 KKI '277 7 

$2495 $13-20 $2252 $67 

$.5 inutuels paid. Iluck, .$20.25 straight. $10.20 place. $.S.05 sliow; Wasliakie, $15.(XI place, $8.70 show; 
Llguando. $7.(!.5 show. 

•rMuttiel field. ‘.V net ion field. Time, 24?. 49?. 1:15*. 

Winner — Ch. g, b.v Allan-a-Dale — Miss (inssie (trained by G. Denny). 

Went to post at 3:51. At post 2 minutes. Start tiad. Won easil.v; sw-taid and third driving. Hack 
outclassed the others in the soft going and came awa.v in the last furhaig to win as his rider pleased. 
M'asbakie. away slowly, closed a big gap and finished gamely. Idgnando had a rough trip and got up lii 
the closing strides for third place. Edgar Hill was prominent most of the way, but tired slightly in the 
cloMng (Irlve. Rexall. hard ridden throughout, ran ixstrly. Harold Hall ran a giHMi half. Jerry Carroll, 
awa.v jioorl.y, was eased nji in tlie stretch and can do much lietter. 

Scratched — 71244 Gallant Lad. 10-5. 

Overweights — Washakie, 2« isiunds: Tranlad. .31; The Rebel. 11. 



w 


1071 3 9 


11* 8= 




2= 


Troxler 


GWJBis.sell 


349 


172 


AN* 


107 5 7 


6' 6= 


4*3 


1 •3'* 


V Powers 


P Dunne 


716 


387 


am: 


102 11 2 


2* 




41 


Glasner 


PP.Iohnston +174 


71 


NX 1; 


105 6 5 


S^i .7? 


7® 


5® 


Ja.s Hogg 


1-1 1’ Baxter 


327 


175 


AV R 


10.7 2 4 


2* 3= 


72 


6'-’ 


E Marlin 


1 1 Oots 




IS 


NV 


10.7.UO 1 


1= 1= 


2*' 


7® 


Heidcl 


G H Hollo 


+ 




NY 


102 13 13 


12= 12= 


9- 


8= 


S Flynn 


John Marklein + 


+ 


NVR 


1061 7 6 


4= 7*.' 


S- 


91 


Benson 


J Everman 


60 


29 


AYR 


105 4 11 


9* 9) 




10* 


Pickens 


M IXiyle 


!( 


6 


AV 


197 1:1 8 


101 111 13 


118 


J Connelly F7 Corrigan 


+ 


+ 


AA' 


102 8 :: 


5.1 10* 


12* 


128 


J Butler 


T H Stevens 


4 


3 


AYR 


102 1 12 


13 13 


118 13 


C Ross 


FWTorreyson 


246 


KKI 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 



The small figure under “Str.” shows the distance the horse was ahead of that next in the race. The small 
figure under “Fin.” — unless the horse won — shows the number of lengths the horse wss behind the winner. 



FIRST RA(7E — 6 1-2 Furlongs Main Course. 3-year-olds and upward. Fillies and Mares. Selling. 

(47002—1 : 18s— 3— 103. > 

Index Course DistTImeT’ekOdds 'Wt St H 84 StrFIn Jockeys Best Company. 

CRESSINA, b. m, 5, by 'Watercress—Cazlan (A. X. Joyner). * 'Weight today 114. 

7c553 Sheepsh’d 6J f l:18g fast 15 113 6 6 4 5? 5* Horner Royal Tourist, Besom. Pantoiiflc. 

75319 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:47 fast 11-3 114 5 4 4 4 4* 3*J E Dugan RnnningWater. Moonshine, Zlenap. 

75247 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10 fast 15 120 3 3 3 3* 2* E Dugan Berry Maid, Julia Powel, Zlenap. 

QUEEN MARGUERITE, br. f, 3, hy Henry of Navarre — Sneerwell (Green River Stable). Weight today 97. 
75585 Sheepshead 1 1:38? fast 10 87 2 2 3 2 28 9*®iUpton Frlzette, Rockstoue. Saracinesca. 

75471 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:47| fast 15 84 3 3 3 3 4= 4= Leach Pontoon, Frizette, Sugar Pine. 

75345 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:09| fast 4 101 3 2 2 28 3=i D .McC'thyBesom, Blacksbeep, Ida D. 

TIPPING, b. m, 5, by The Sailor Prince — Saluda (W. A. McManus). Weight today 108. 



75672 



FOURTH RACE— 1 Mile. (7.5,526—1:3.8—5—114.) 
Selling. Net value to winner $.‘5(XI. 



Purse $400. 4-year-olUs and upward. 



Mutuel Takings. Auc’n 
Str. PI. Sh. Sales. 



(7r>6'29lDlRECrrOR • w .5 111 6 

7:.619 PRETENSION WSB 7 111 9 

75129 LADY ESTHER w 5 104 3 

(7.56;{0)PUNICULAIRE w 6 111 5 

7.5610 STONER HILL w 6 106 1 

74671 HARTING wn 4 107 V 

7401.5 M.VfD MILITANT w' 4 10(1 4 

(T.'..576)SVLVAN BELIJ*) W 6 109 2 

7.5.575 MINNEHAILV W 5 109 S 



AWtPPSt =4 Vi V4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners gtr. PI. Sh. 

5 111 6 7 1*?. 1*5 lU 1= 1= E Martin .1 H ResjH.ss $1081 $129 $620 

7 111 9 6 2*5 2= 2* 2‘ 2n8 Warren P T Chinn 1399 428 619 

5 104 3 5 6*5 4*5 45 3= 3® Hufnagel P H Jones 123 86 310 

6 111 5 9 8* 6*5 6= 5= 48 V Powers T P Hayes 356 255 641 



2 48 6* 55 45 5® Glasner 

3 T* 8* 7= 65 6= Benson 



T'5 Idoyd 
8= Troxler 



P H Jones 123 

T P Hayes 356 

J Everman 26 

W A Hughes 41 
J B Riley 2 

FV\Torri*yson 42 



.las Hogg V\'HRobinson V, 



$.1087 $1284 $2,512 $67 

$5 mutuels paid. Director, $13..55 straight, $7.10 place, .$7.25 show. Pretension, $7.10 plaiv, $7.25 show; 
1 ady Esther. ^.50 show. 

•Anctloi; field. Time. 24. 4S?. 1:14?. 1:10?. 

Winner — Ch. h. by The Friar — Claret Cup (trained by F. Kelly). 



75442 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:48 fast 10 io:{ 2 6 8 8 65 2*5 Shreve .\ntaeus, Ixird Stanhope, Col. White 

73370 G’vesend 1 1-8 1:.53J fast 20 102 8 4 4 5 8 8**.1Musgrave Monfort, Beauelere, Welbourne. 

75221 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:46 fast 15 94 13 13 13 13 12 12»*5Mayer Rockstone, Hyp’nII., L.ofLangden. 

IMITATOR, b. f, S, by Mimic — Oraziosa (J. C. F. Jacoby). Weight today 100. 

75571 Sheepshead 1 l:39g fast 12 107 12 13 13 13 13 14 McCahey Jeanne d’.4rc. Geo. G. Hall. Monocle 

75371 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:11| fast 25 103 '9 4 2 28 3= Musgrave Dika, Wild Refrain, Monocle. 

75104 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:105 slow 40 100 11 8 8 85 6*®5Sbreve James B. Brady, Beisom, Araaee. 

BISKRA, br. f, 3, by Hermence— Africa (B. 0. XnzTay). Weight today 108. 

72014 Henning 55 f 1:10 fast 20 101 12 13 13 13 13 Cullen Bellwether, Ap.Toddy, Laugh. Eyes 

71720 Aqueduct 3-4 1:15| good 20 102 11 13 13 13 13 (Tullen Alanda. M. Delaney, Miss Mazsonl. 

71560 Jamaica 65 f 1:07| fast 20 100 12 12 12 11 11 Cullen TarUrMald, M.Delaney, Sangleam. 

AIXEE C.. b. f. 8. by Wateicolor— XaidMi Pam (F. J. FunU). Weight today 9«. 

75320 G’vesend 1 1-8 1:5« fast 15 85 4 4 4 4 48 6*»5Fox T. Wrestler, BlackOak, L.Stanhope. 

75194 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:48 fast 15 101 6 9 10 10 11 ll==5Garner Gocncob. Black Oak. Arasee. 

75120 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:0W fast 6 97 5 4 5 4= 4’® Gamer McCarter, T.McGratli. DonEniiqne. 

MISS NORFOLlt, br. f, 8, by Watercreae— Empreoa of Norfolk (W. B. JoBoiago). Weight today 95. 
7t5.57l Sheepshead 1 l;.39i fast 6 l(i7 6 2 2 7 1‘2 15 .Musgrave Jeanne d’.\rc, Oeo. G. Hall, Monocle 

7f>3l9 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:47 fast 26 102 8 5 2 3 38 7=*5Musgrave RnnningWater. Moonshine. Onmsliia 

71398 Belmont 65 f 1:075 fast 18-6 109 5 2 2 4* 4® W Miller Parkview, Imitator, Lady Corlnne. 

EXPLOSION, br. f, S, by TarporMy — 8trikadt>-Xdght n. (Nawoaatla Stabla). Weight today 106. 

75419 G’vesend Ab3-4 Irllg fast 4 107 5 4 2 28 4* Notter KlngCobalt. .41fredNoble, Roshulro. 



75247 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10 fast 6 
74860 Belmont 8-4 lfi)8| faat 6 



4 2 28 4® Notter KlngCobalt. .^UredNoble, Roshnlro. 

4 4 48 7*5 Mnsgrare Barry Maid, CreaXtaa. Julte Powel. 

9 8 85 7= Musgrave Jack Atkin, Kln^amaa, KlaigOoiiolt 




















DAILY EATClNG FORM. 



TUESDAY, ;iUNE 80, IMS. 



WILD HZFRAXV, br. f, S, by Ben Brush — Rsrptfcbord (J, L. XcG&mis). 

l.S'M Shcmxsh’d 1 1-2 2:34 fast 8 104 2 1 1 4 5 ^ 7** 1) McC’lliy n.Jona 

75472 O'vcsend 1 1-8 1:D5| fast 2 103 3 8 4 4 1* 1* Notter Montat 

75371 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:11| fast 10 % 8 8 4 3'i 2 h LaiiR * Dlka, 



BLACK XARY, blk. f, 3, by Star Shoot — Maribcl (Mr. Currie). 



fcbord (1. L. XcG&mis). Weight today 93. 

5' 7** 1) McC’lliy B..Tonathan. Ucauclere. Kllllecr’kip. 
1® 1* Notter j Montauk, OOlconda. Geo. G. Hall. 
3'i 2h I.aiiK Dlka, Imitator, Monocle. 



<5620 Sheepsh’d 7-8 l:25g fast 50 !»9 9 5 6 6 7» 8'5 J Callahan DonEhirique, Jas.B.Bradv, Jacobite. 

75084 Louisv’le 1 1-16 l:46g fast 16 112 7 7 7 7 6' 5'*i Warren Ellen-a-Dale. Boema, Estradia. 

74920 Louisville 7-8 1:26| good23-10 97 2 2 3 5 4' 4* E Martin Chullta, Ellen-a-Dale, Apache. 

OOIBOIDEKT, b. f, 8, by On Deck— La Cheviot (J. McFadden). Weight today 103. 

iu386 G’vesend 1 1-16 l:50g slop 30 89 9 6 6 6 7i 9’“ Ural Blacksheep. Antaeus. Frlzette. 

75295 G’vesend 1 1-8 1:53 fast 60 92 7 4 6 6 6» 7'» Ural Frlzette, T.bvCourtesy, Br.Jonathan 

75194 G’vesend 11-16 1:48 last 100 1#7 14 12 11 H 8' C”JJ F O’B’n Corncob, Black Oak, Arasee. 

LADY KARMA , blk. f, 4, by Hia Highness— Karma (J. 8. Hoy). Weight today 103. 

7.[^643 .slieH|>.«hi».l 1 1 :39» fa.st loO .oti 7 ti 8 11 11 11*1 York.? Earl G.. Antaeus. Had New.s. 

7ariS4 Montreal 1 i:39g fast 40 10.5 7 0 6 5 4- f.’j J Howard Y'addo. Dennis Staft'ord. KioGrande. 

75479 Montreal 1 l:39g fast 60 105 6 6 6 C 7’i 8" J Howard Ontario, Y'addo, Mariposa. 

DIAL-PLATE, br. f, 3, by Pontiac — Sundial (Mrs. L. A .Livingston). Weight today 95. 

74.N45 Uelinoiit 3-4 1:14 fast 30 99 4 :! IM 1 (» 10^'lSlireve Kara .Yvls. Frlzette, Jlan-onrt. 

74768 Belmont 7-8 1:261 fast 40 HHi 3 3 3 3 3* 3-.4 Sbreve Itouiiie Alan. Iniitat.ir, Nlek Stoner 

74644 Jamaica 3-4 1:13J good 30 103 3 4 4 4* 4'* Shreve Frlscilllau, Peter Quince, Montauk. 



Weight today 95. 



74920 Louisville 7-8 1:26| good23-10 97 2 2 3 



Weight today 95. 
Kara ,Yvls. Frlzette, Jlan-onrf. 
Bonnie Alan, Iniitat.ir. Nlek Stoner 
Prlseilllau, Peter Quince, Montauk. 



^.SECOND RACE — About 2 Miles. Steeplechase. 4-year-olds and upward. Handicap. (34(lt>0 — l:(i.‘!- 



8T. KEVIK, ch. g, 6, by St. Leonard*— Cerito (P. J. Rainey) 

7.5603 .Sheepsh’d Ab 2 4:06 fast 5 1 44 3 3 2 1 1* 1» Cr 



75418 G’vesend Ab 2 3:50 fast 3 
75143 Grave.send Ab 2 3:52 fast 4 



. Rainey). Weight today 148. 

1* 1* Crumbley Banner, Expansionist. Motor. 

4'® 4'® McKln’y Simon Pure, Kara, Dick Shaw. 

2'® 2* Dupee Delcanta, Ironsides, Sandy Creeker 
F. J. Nolan). Weight today 142. 



IIALACCA, b. g, 4, by Hastings — Christmas Tree (F. J, Nolan). Weight today 142. 

75.567 Sheepsh’d Ab 2 4:03i fast 13-5 130 5 4 3 3 3* 2'J M Hen’.s’n Sanetiis, Ironsides, Dick Shaw. 

75218 G’vesend Ab2J 4:46 fast 15 132 6 5 5 6 Fell. Sampson Thistledale, CalifomiaKlng, Alfar. 

75169 G’vesend Ab 2 3:50J fast 2 137 4 3 2 Pulled up. M Hen’s’nNob.Oblige, M.Gumberts, Stellaland 

KING CASTLE, ch. c, 4, by Gold Heels — Sister Tenny (P. J. Rainey). Weight today 150. 

7.5468 G've.send Ab 2J 4:.50 fust 3 147 5 5 3 2 4 3" M ll.'ii’s'nCal.Klng, M.Gumberts, K. Rldgeley 

7.5342 G’vesend Ab2i 4:49g fast 7-5 135 3 1 1 1 I'i l®i E Heider Jimmy Lane, Biiniier, Bannell. 

7rill9 G’vesend Ab 2 3:56 fast 6 135 2 3 3 3 26 2* Dupee Bayonet, .Timmy Lane, Rocket. 

IRONSIDES, b, g, 5, by Meddler — Hauoana (J. W. Colt). Weight today 141. 

7.5,VjT Sheepsh’d Ab 2 4:ii3f fast 10 U2 3 5 .5 5 4* 3*J .T I.yncli Saiictiis, Malacca. Dick Sliaw. 

75143 Gravesend Ab 2 3;.52 fast 6 147 2 3 4 4 3® 3'- Hui>pe Delcanta, St. Kevin, Sandy Creeker 

72u53 Benning 3 5:39 fast 8-5 l‘>4 6 1 1 2 2* 2® W McIii’reBeauclere, Banker, Right Royal. 

DICK SHAW, ch. g, 5, by Banastar — Agnodice (J. E. Widener). Weight today 135. 

75.567 Sbeepsh'd AV> 2 4:0.‘!j fast 10 135 2 11 1 26 4"lRogan Saiielus. Malacca, Ironsides. 

7.5418 G’vesend Ab 2 3:.50 fast 8 130i 4 1 1 1 1- 3" Kogan Simon I’ure, Kara. St. Kevin. 

75248 G’ve.send Ab 2 3:47 fast 15 136 4 1 2 4 4'® 4®* Roguu SimouPure, Waterspeed, Ix>ckeilOut 

WEIRDSOME, ch. g, 8, by Atheling — Maggie Weir (D. L. Holden, Jr.). Weight today 130. 



74.556 I’imlico ImOOy 1 :4Ci fa.st 2J 106 1 7 5 3 4“ T Burns Sugar Pine. Ontario, Enilnola! 

744.5-5 I’imlico 7-8 1:27 fa.st 13-5 112 8 7 5 5 3'i 3* T Burns Sugar Pine. Ontario, Baby Willie. 

743.56 Pimlico 7-8 l:28i fast 8 112 3 8 6 4 3® 3' Llebert Park Row, Consistent, Euripides. 

ECONOMY, ch. f, 4, by Voter— Frugal (J. W. Colt). Weight today 155. 

7.50(16 Belmont Ab 2 3:.5S fast lS-5 143 .5 7 6 5 6® 5®*iStone Sanctns, Bayonet. Grandpa. 

74826 Belmont Ab 2 4:07 fair 11--5 147 4 3 ^ 1 1® 1’® McAfee SandyCreeker, KingCastle.J. McGill. 

74423 Aqueduct Ab2i 5:18 fast 4-6 142 ‘5 3 4 4 3* 2'* McAfee Rocket, Jim McGill, Thistledale. 

EXPANSIONIST, ch, g, 7, by Norwood — Gemima (Mrs. E. Wilson). Weight today 152. 

7.'6u:: Sheep.sh’d Ab 2 4:06 fast 4 1.53 8 1 3 3 2® 3* E Heider St. Kevin, Banner, Motor. 

654.50 Aqu^uct Ab 2i 5:03 fast 159 3 2 2 1 I'i 11 W G W’sonYama Christy, Potash, Commandant 

6537C Aqueduct Ab 2 4:2(.1 fast 154 6 3 2 2 I'i 1® W G W’sonYama Christy, Commandant, Balzac 

PAPRIKA, b. g, 6, by The Pepper — Hazel Land (T. L. Evans). Weight today 135. 

7.5Go:{ .Sbeepsh’d Ab 2 4:06 fast 15 136 7 6 4 7 7 7*“1.I .'?teele St. Kevin, Banner, Expansionist. 

71734 Belmont Ab 3J slop 2 140 1 5 5 3 3i 3*®JMcIn’ney PurePep’r, K.ofElway, Maximilian 

71698 Belmont Ab 2 fast 3-6 133 2 1 1 1 2® 1® McAfee Yama, Christy, Miss Hobbouse. 

CANVAS, b. g, 4, by Canopus — Andris* (Chelsea Stable). Weight today 135. 

7.5517 Slu-ei»sh’d Ab 2 4:05il fast loO 134 1 7 7 7 Pull.up.Kelleher Bayonet, Thistledale, 'P. S. Ylartln 

74714 Pimlico 3-4 l:22i( hvy 15 115 6 8 9 9® 9® J A McF’nLlsteriue, Maripo.sa, Kingsessing. 

74664 Pimlico 7-8 l:34i hvy 8 109 3 7 5 4 3'J 3® 'P Burns L.G. Spanker, W.Lackaye, N. Oblige 



ECONOMY, ch. f, 4, by Voter— Frugal (J. W. Colt). 



71698 Belmont Ab 2 fast 3-6 133 2 1 1 1 2® 1® McAfee Yama, Christy, Miss Hobbouse. 

CANVAS, b. g, 4, by Canopus — Andris* (Chelsea Stable). Weight today 135. 

7.5517 Slu-ei»sh’d Ab 2 4:05il fast loO 134 1 7 7 7 Pull.up.Kelleher Bayonet, Thistledale, 'P. S. Ylartln 

74714 Pimlico 3-4 l:22i( hvy 15 115 6 8 9 9® 9® J A McF’nLlsteriue, Maripo.sa, Kingsessing. 

74664 Pimlico 7-8 l:34i hvy 8 109 3 7 5 4 3'J 3® 'P Burns L.G. Spanker, W.Lackaye, N. Oblige 

ROBADOR, ch. h. 6, by Key el Santa Anita — Lady Diamond (M. Xraua >. Weight today 130. 

74752 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:47? fast 80 109 9 9 9 9 86 8''-’iC Koerner Druid, Chantilly, Saylor. 

74524 Jjuiiaica 1 1-16 1:49 fast 30 110 4 5 5 5 5 5'“ R McDau’lBad News. Zal, Import. 

74451 Aqueduct 1 1:41 fast 12 110 4 6 6 6 6' 5® Notter Zal, Master of Craft, D. Stafford. 

BLOODSTONE, b. g, 5, by Star Ruby — Prose (C. H. Hurkamp). Weight today 135. 

74529 Pimlico Ab 2 4 :27i! gootl S 144 5 1 1 Fell. Savage Dulcian, Noli, tlblige. Guardian II 

744:11 I'imlieu Ali 2 4:20 good S i:!(‘> 7 6 6 7 7 7 Bowser (bildtitMir, Grandpa. Essex H. 

74:i.S2 Pmdico 



Ab 2 4:2:iJ fast 6 



Notter Zal, Master of Craft, D. Stafford, 
kamp). Weight today 135. 

Savage Dulcian, Nob. tlblige. Guardian II 

Bowser (bildtitMir, Grandpa. Essex II. 

P liagnn Bauuer, Sir Wotistcr, Lizzie Fl.nt. 



JIG MUSIC, b. m, 6, by Hornpipe — High C. (G. Connell). Weight today 130. 

7.560.3 Sbeepsh’d -\b 2 4:06 fast .50 142 2 7 laist rider. R Jones St. Kevin, Banner, Exiianskuiisl . 

7I72S Pimlico Ab 2 4:42 slow 7 140 5 9 8 Lost rider. G’ntland M. Maker, L.L.Hayman, L.Woodl’ds 

71.588 Pimlico Ab 2 4:22 fast 40 137 4 8 7 6 5® 3®i G’ntlund FollowOn, GuardianlL, F. Virginian 

MEDDLESOME BOY. b. g. 4, by Meddler— Tulla Blackburn (C. Smith). Weight today 130. 

72034 Benning 3-4 l:18i fast 40 139 0 5 6 6 5®i Mr C Sm’hFirebrand, Sim. Honours, Killocbau. 

71585 Pimlico 3-4 1:14 fa.st 12 107 8 8 7 7J 7'®J.I DennlsonBotanist, Heaallp, De Burgo. 

71484 W’indsor 5i f 1:09 fast 1 106 8 6 2 2*J 1* J DennlsonSweet Kitty, Hancock. Sllvertall. 

TAMPICO, b. g, 4, by Ben Strome — Barcarola (D. C. Johnson), Weight today 135. 

First start. 

J. W. Colt entry — Eeonoiny and Ironsides. 

P. J. Rainey entry King Caslle and St. Kevin. 

THIRD RACE— 6-8 Mile Futurity Course. 2-year-olds. Selling. (20039 — 5S» — 2 — 115.) 

TAKAHIRA. ch. g, 2. by Plaudit— Lucy Glitters (J. Garson). Weight today 99. 

7.514)4 .Montreal 5 S I ;(ki fast 7-10 114 3 1 1 1' I'lt «' 11 SbirgRagman, Il.ivre. Tony W. 

7.5433 Montreal 1-2 49 slow 1 114 4 1 1® I'A .MeCaliev Sight, Pearl Point, Ragman. 

753.S3 Montreal .5 8 59* fast 8 5 Its 2 2 2 21 26 .Mctlaliey Ragman, Nasturtia, ClailHirne. 

PRECEPTOR, b. c. 2, by Golden Maxim— Miss Laudeman (Newcastle Stable). . Weight today lOG. 



754i;7 G’vesend 61 f 1 :0?il fast 7-5 112 4 2 :: 2- 23 Mnsgrave 

77341 Grave.send 5-S l:ol fast 24 126 I 2 4 41 4“ Notter 

75004 Belmont 5-8 59* fast 13-5 IIC 2 2 2 2® 2® Mnsgrave 

SEA CLIFF, ch, g. 2, by Clifford— Fiesole (H. P. Whitney). 

7.5623 Slieep.^b d .51 f 1:07 fast 8 5 111 1 2 2 2'1 21 E I'Ugan 

75467 G've.send 54 f 1 :U7e fa.st 24 105 1 4 4 4'i 3®4 E Dugan 

752.52 Gi-avesend 5-8 1:00 fa.st 8 107 6 7 7 7'® 6"* E Dugan 

TABOO, b. t, S, by Potentate — Turca (Aftongrees Stable). 

7.5625 Sliwiisb’d 5 s 1 ;01 fast 6 110 2 6 6 61 23 MeCaliey 

7r.5C4: .Sheepsh'd 54 f 1:06 fast 7 lo9 10 8 7 44 13 Delahy 

75417 G’vesenJ Ab3-4 1:12? fast 3 97 7 8 7 76 6®i 1) McC’tl 



3 2- 23 Mnsgrave Simeo?*, Sea Cliff, I’aradise Queen. 

4 41 4“ .Notter Harrigan. i:ncle Jim, Vo<)doo. 

2 2® 2® Mnsgrave FltzHerhert. Fayette, Conn. Ranger 

?. Whitney). Weight today 105. 

2 2'1 21 E I'ugan Con. Ranger, ConntyFair. Rostrum. 

4 4'i 3®4 K Dugan Slmeoe, Preeviptor, Paradise Queen. 

7 7'® 6»* E Dugan 'France, Suffragette, Counterpane, 

een Stable). Weight today 99. 

6 61 23 MeCaliey Melissa, The Pippin, Rubia Branda. 

7 44 13 Delahy Clef, Fore, tlrania. 

76 6®i 1) McC’thyChepoutuc, High Range, Tod. 



UNCLE JIM, ch. o, 2, by Ingoldsby — Misa Modish (J. A. Bennet). 



75518 .‘'heepsb’d 
75422 G’vesend 
7.5:141 Gravesend 



.5-8 1 fast 8-5 118 4 

5i f 1 :07* fast 3-5 107 1 

5-8 1:01 fast 2 123 2 



FORE, ch. f, t, by Cesarion — In Front (L. A. Celia). 

7.'4Hi4 Sheepsh’d 5-S BcnM fast 5 1 15 1 1 1 1* 

7.5566 Sheepsh’d 5i f l:u6 fast 11-3 112 2 2 2 2* 

7t'469 G’vesend 5-8 1:00 fast 10 112 6 4 3 36 



(J. A. Bennet). Weight today 104. 

6i 8" Mnsgrave Mediant, Hlgli Range, C.asqiie. 

1® I'J Mnsgrave Rostnun, Seleetnian, Sherlock. 

16 2J Mnsgrave Harrigan, VoimIoo, Preceiitor. 
i). Weight today 99. 

1* 1* Garner Hauouia, Golden View, Counterpane 
2' 3' Garner Taboo. Clef, Grania. 

36 5» E Walsh Melisande, Field-Mouse, L.Hubbard. 
elier Stable). Weight today 99. 

2i 2* E I'ugan Fore, Golden View. Counterpane. 

4® 4'* E Dugan Melissa. The Pippin. Wallflower. 



SHORT CUT, ch. c, 2, by Nasturtium — Haste (J. McManus). W 

75003 Belmont 4J f 52g fast 100 102 C 6 74 7'®iMcCahey ’FalMK), Royal Capti 

LEAKOUT, ch. c, 2, by St. Leonards II. — Leakwood (L. A. Livingston). W 

75566 Sheepsh’d 5J f 1:06 fast 50 112 17 17 17 17 17 Shreve 'I'aboo, Clef, Fore. 

First start for the following: 

TRAVELLER, ch. c, 2. by Prince of Melbourne— Rose Prim (W. Clay). "W 

ST. ABE, ch. c, 2, by St. Leonards — Gueenston (A. J. Joyner). * 'V 

LASATA, b. g, 2, by Solitaire II. — Bohemian Lass (Mr. Meehan). "V 



Weight today 102. 
Weight today 99. 
Weight today 94. 



FOURTH RACE — 1 1-8 Miles. Spindrift Handicap. 3-year-olds. (47:52.'i— 1:.52 — 4— ill.) 



75641 Sheepsh’d ’l 1-2 2:31’ fast 3 116 1 3 3 3 26 2' E Dugan Fair Play, King .Tames, imrante. 

7.5605 Sheepsh’d 7-8 1 :2.5* fa.st 1-2 116 1 7 7 5 .5.) 3=J E Dugan King Cobalt. Firestone. Nimbus. 

75549 Sheepshead 1 1:38* fast 1-2 116 3 3 3 3 1= 1® E Dugan Jubilee, Robert Cooper. 

MASTER ROBERT, ch. c, 3, by Mamagan— Flocaiiin# (8. Emery). Weight today 110. 

7.5495 Sheepsh’d 1 1-4 2:03 fast 4 99 1 3 4 4 4* 4* Garner Ballot, King James, T air Play. 

75‘‘94 G’vesend 1 1-16 1 -4.5* fast 1 110 1 4" 3 3 2® 1* <1 Burns Transvaal. Angelus, Live Mire. 

751% G’vesend 1 1-16 B45i fast 2 98 6 5 4 4 3® 2® E Dugan J. Atkin, GretnaGreen, Montgomery. 

FALCADA, ch. c, 3, by Woolsthorpo— Falema (Montpelier Stable) . , Weight today 112. 

75584 .Sheeijsh’d 64 fl:^ fast 2i 112 2 3 2 16 I'i E Dugan Corncob. Peter Quince, Monopolist. 

75492 Sheepsh’d 6i f 1:19 fast 10 106 6 4 4 4® 4®i R McDanUBaby Wolf, Bonquet, Notasu^ 

71942 Benning 7-8 1:30| slop 7-10 110 3 3 3 2 2« 2* R McDan 1 The Squire, Smoker, King Sol. 

iraar. g., clu c, 3, by Pirate of Penzance — Alma T. (W. R. Griffin). Weight today 103. 

75643 Sheenshead 1 l'39!i fast 3 96 1 2 2 1 1*1 li McCahey Antaeus, Bad News, Rye. 

75570 Sheeosh’d 1 1-8 l:.53i fast 4, 98 6 3 3 3 4= 7»i D McC’thy Grapple, Temaceo, Killlecrankle. 

75145 b’vewnd 1 1-16 1:47 fast 12-6 109 3 1 1 1 16 2»i Mnsgrave Dandelion, Rifleman, Sugar Pine. 

ROYAL TOURIST, b. c, 3. by Sandringham — Leiiure (H. P. Whitney ). „ . n 

64 f 1*188 fast 4 115 5 5 6 3* li E Dugan Besom, Pantoufle, .Tony Bonero. 

'Ti“68 G’ve^d 1 1-4 2:05g fast 3 111 3 2 2 2 .3® 3* E Dugan Ballot, Montgomery Old Honesty. 

75220 Gravesend 1 l:39g fast 11-20 118 4 3 3 3 36 4'* E Dugan Cliapiiltei>e»-. Qiies. Mark, Transvaal 



7.5605 Sheepsh’d 7-8 1 :2.5* fa.st 1-2 116 1 7 7 5 .5.) 3*i L Dugaii K1 

75549 Sheepshead 1 1:38* fast 1-2 116 3 3 3 3 1= 1® E Dugan Ju 

MASTER ROBERT, ch. c, 3, by KaugaJi— PlocaiUne (8. Emery). 

7.5495 Sheepsh’d 1 1-4 2:03 fast 4 99 1 3 4 4 4* 4* Gamer Ba 

75294 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:4.5* fast 1 110 1 4 3 3 2® 1» Burns Tr 

751% G'vesend 1 1-16 l:45i fast 2 98 6 5 4 4 3® 2® L Diigan J.i 

FALCADA, ch. c, 3, by WooUthorpo— Falema (MontpeUer Strtle). 

75584 .Sheepsh’d 64 f 1:20 fast 2i 112 2 3 2 D l‘i E Dugan Co 

75492 Sheepsh’d 6i f 1:19 fast 10 106 6 4 4 4® 4®i R McDan IBa 

71942 Benning 7-8 1:30| slop 7-10 110 3 3 3 2 2« 2* R McDan IFh 
Traar. G., ch. c, 3, by Pirate of Penzance — Alma T. (W. R. Griffin). 
7.5643 Sheepshead 1 1:39* fast 3 % 1 2 2 1 1*1 li 

75570 .Sheepsh’d 1 1-8 1:.53* fast 4, 98 6 3 3 3 4® 7»i D McC thy ^ 



75‘220 Gravesend 



36 41 * E Dugan Cliapiiiteiie*', Qiies. Mark, ’Fransvaal 



BOSXMIRO. ck. 0 , 8. by Pontiac — Nil Deapenndam (W. T. Ryu) 

75.569 Slieepshead 1 1:59 fast 15 106 1 1 1 1 26 4®1 W Doyle 

7f,'..'.t Slieepsh’d 3-4 1:12 fast 40 102 9 13 1.5 13 12®* W Doyle 

7.5493 Sheepsh’d 1 1:40 fast 8 107 3 2 2 2 1 6 2i M® Doyle 

OOWAM. du f. *. by Armeath IL — ^Meadowley (J. Caffrey). 

75638 Sheepsh’d Ci f 1:19 fast 50 92 9 5 6 7“6 6® G Burns 

7^^mont IDSMfast 3 97 2 3 3 3 3i 4' * Gamer 

7-8 Unfair t 97 3 1 1 1 1* 2® Garner 



SPOONER, cb. 0 , 3, by Peep o'Day— Fliitineer (F. B. Lamaire). Weight today 98. 

75605 .‘Sheepsh’d 7-8 1:25* fast 16 111 3 4 5 6 6* 5*=iMusgrave King Cobalt, Firestone, Hessian. 

7,5569 Shecp.shcad 1 1:39 fast 15 104 4 4 4 4 4 3® Gamer Ballot, Live Wire, Roslmiro. 

7.5444 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:46? fast 8 86 11 6 5 3 3* 3® I.each Angelns, blonfort. Juggler. 

LIVE WIRE, b. c. 3, by Handsel— Mother Bunch (W. W. Darden). Weight today 99. 

75605 Sheepsh’d 7-8 1:25* fast 10 116 2 8 8 8 7* 7>»iJ Lee King Cobalt. Firestone, Hessian. 

75569 Sheepshead 1 1:39 fast 15 ld4 2 3 3 3 3i 2® E Dngan Ballot, Spooner, Roslmiro. 

75446 G’vesend Ab3-4 l:09f fast 8 108 4 4 6 5i 5®i J Lee Aletheuo, Big Ben, J. B, Brady. 

FIFTH RACE — I 1-4 Miles Turf Chmrse, 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (04077 — 2:fi0§ — 3 — 109.) 

PONTOON, br. g, 4, by Pontiac — Gold Braid (J. J. Hyland). Weight today 93. 

.o471 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:47? fast 15 !»7 4 1 1 1 l*i l*i U)iton Frlzette. Sugar Pine, Qu. .Marguerite 

75080 Belmont 7-8 1:278 slop 8-5 103 1 2 3 2 2i 2*i Cullen Okenlte, Geo. G. Hall. Almandlne. 

74935 Belmont 1 1:41? hvy 16 94 4 2 2 3 3i 2® T Koerner Rockstone, Samuel H. Harris. Rye. 

GRAPPLE, b. g, 6. by Woolsthorpe — Embrace (P. J. Farrell). Weight today 110. 

7557(1 .Sheep.sh’d 1 1-8 1 :53* fast 1 1((0 111 1 D 1® Gamer Temaceo. Kllliecraiikle, Foteriie. 

7;i4% Sheeps’d 1 1-16 lj4S fast 4 110 111 1 ]' 1® Gamer Bi'auclere, Tony Bonero, Blacksheep 

iu444 G’vesend 1 1-16 1^? fast 2i 100 9 5 7 7 4*i 5*i (!:irner Angelns, Moufort. Stiooner. 



DRABBLE, D. g, 6. by Woolsthorpe — Embrace (F. J. Farrell). Weight today 110. 

7557(1 .Sheep.sh’d 1 1-8 1 :53* fast 1 1((0 111 1 D 1® Gamer Temaceo. Kllliecraiikle, Foteriie. 

7;i4% Sheeps’d 1 1-16 lj4S fast 4 110 111 1 1*1® Gamer Bi'auclere, Tony Bonero, Blacksheep 

iu444 G’vesend 1 1-16 1^? fast 2i 100 9 5 7 7 4*i 5*i (!:irner Angelns, Moufort. Spooner. 

CRACK SHOT, ch. c, 3, by Star Shoob— OUie Dixon (A. L. Aate). Weight today 93. 

7.%0t! Sheepsh’d 1 1-4 2:06? fast 8 96 2 1 1 1 1® 1® E Dugan Temaceo. Long Ball, Lally. 

7.5496 Slieeps’d 1 1-16 1:48 fast 100 95 7 6 7 7 7® 7**iC Miller Grapple, Beanclere, Tony Bonero. 

75320 G’vesend 1 1-8 1:53* fast 15 93 3 5 6 6 6*® 5**iC L MillerT. Wrestler, BlackOak, L.Stanhope. 

BEAUCLEBE, b. g, 4, by Salvator— Phida (J. V. Lmnnizn), Weight today 98. 

75624 .Sheepsh’d 1 1-2 2:34 fast 11-5 108 9 5 3 2 2» 2® J Tan? B.Jonathan, Kllllec’kle, L.Staiihoiie 

75563 Sheeps’d 1 3-16 1:58* fast 6 104 H 10 10 10 9* 7*® Uptou Monfort, Bad News, Black Oak. 

754% Sheeps’d 1 1-16 1:48 fast 7 103 3 7 6 6 6i 2® Upton Grapple, Tony Bonero, Blacksheep. 

BROTHER JONATHAN, ch. g, 3, by Yankee — Sister Mary (X. W. Coulter). Weight today 93. 

75624 Sheepsh'd 1 1-2 2:34 fast 8-5 92 1 3 2 1 1* 1® G Burns Beauclere.Killlecrankle, L.St’nhope 

75520 Sheeps’d 1 3-16 2:01g fast 30 107 7 5 2 2 D l*i G Bums Flavigny, Sea Wolf, Banker. 

75295 G’vesend 1 1-8 1:53 fast 6 99 4 5 4 6 4* 3® E Dugan Frlzette, Ten. by Courtesy, Clorncob 

PRINCE CHING, b. g, 8, by Fagan — Shing-Ching (H. J. Morris). Weight today 105. 

i.iC24 Sheepsh’d 1 1-2 2:34 fast 40 111 8 10 8 7 7* 5®®i>Iusgrave B..Tonathan, Beauclere. Kllllecr’kle. 

74956 Belmont 1 1:4.3? fast 40 146 2 5 6 7 6ii 6'»i.Mr H T’k’rRlo Grande. Black Oak. Antaeus. 

71836 Aqueduct 1 1-2 2:35 good 10 102 2 7 6 5 6* 6** R McDan’lBeauclere, Red Friar, Ostrich. 

PINS AND NEEDLES, b. f, 4, by Knight of the Thistle— Sandy Bar (H. L. Lee). Weight today 106. 
7%42 Sheeps’d 1 3-16 2 : 0 Og fast 5 92 7 6 4 3 2'> 1® McCahey Gret. Green. MissCrawford. Rllisdalj 

75.5S.S Sheepsh’d 1 1-8 1:52* fast 20 loo 11 9 7 5 .5ii 6'® McCahey Bedouin, Angelus, Sea TVolf. 

75319 G'vesend 1 1-16 1:47 fast 25 102 10 10 10 10 10 10®* S Flynn RiinningWater, Moonshine, Ccessltta 

RED FRIAR, ch. h, 6, by The Friar — Sunbeam (P. J. Dwyer). Weight today 105. 

75.5.5:! Sheeps’d 1 3-16 1:5S* fa.st 15 l(is s S 9 5 U.i 6*>JiK McDaii’l Monfort, Bad News. Black Oak 

7.5521 Sheepsliead 1 l:39g fast 15 108 13 13 13 13 13 13 Shreve TlieWrestler, Rockstone, TomDoIan 

7.5444 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:46? fast 20 104 1 10 10 10 lOi* 8*'iMiisgrave Angelus, Monfort, Spooner. 

WINNING STAR, ch. f, 3, by Star Shoot — Winsome in. (W. C. Daly). Weight today 87. 

7.5612 Sheeps'd 1 ::-16 2 : 00 g fast KKI 87 6 7 7 7 7* S‘*it; I.yiicli I’.&Ncedles. Gr. Green, .\1. Craw ford. 

7.5553 Sheep.s’d 1 3-16 1:58* fa.st 100 87 5 6 6 8 8® 8*® <« Lynch Monfort, Bad News, Black Oak. 

75493 Sheepsh’d 1 1:40 fast 100 87 6 6 7 7 7 6‘ Yorke Monopolist. Rosimlro. Julia Powel 



LALLY, b. c, 4, by Golden Garter — ^L’Amazone (T. Monahan). 

7.5606 Sheejish’d 1 1-4 2:06? fast 15 lo6 7 7 C 6 5® 4*5 .McCahey 
75531 Montreal 1 1-8 1:54? fast 10 104 3 3 4 4 4 3®| G Swain 



75482 Montreal 



1 1:39 fast 12 



Monfort, Bad News, Black Oak. 
Monopolist, Rosimlro, Julia Powel. 

Weight today 101. 
Crack Sliot, Temaceo, Long Ball. 
Reldmoore, Zipango, Holscher. 



4® C H Shil’gGoes Fast, Reldmoore, Billie Hibhs 



^SIXTH^RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs Futurity Course. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Special Weights. (2(XK17- 



THE VICAR, ch. g, 2, by Hamburg — Vespers (H, P. Whitney). 

First start. 

_THE PIPPIN, b. f, 2, by Ben Strome — Spindrift (Newcastle Stable). 



7;i62u Sheepsh’d 5-8 1:01 fast 4 110 4 1 1 1>» 3'* E Dugan .Mclis.sa. Talxio, Riihia Grniiila 

75147 G’vesend 5J f 1:07? fast 4 109 5 2 3 3® 2® Musgrave Suffragette. HarlemMaid. Faultless 

75395 G’vesend 5-8 1:02? slop 3? 114 3 1 3 3'? 2* Gamer .Melissa, Wallflower. Hanonia. 

TOD, ch. c, 2, by Sempronius — Ethelinda II. (L. A. Celia). "Weight today 115 

75417 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:12? fast 10 102 4 7 6 41 3*5 Garner Chepontiic. High Range, Moor.KIng 

75267 Gravesend 5-8 1:01 fast 7 115 5 5 5 4'* 4® Musgrave I.awtonWiggiiis, Esperanto, SlrJohu 

75144 Gravesend 6? f 1:07? fast 12 102 5 6 6 61* 4® .Musgrave Uossfenton, Blackford, MoorlshKlng 

MOORISH KING, br. c, 2, by Oddfellow — May Mack (F. A. Forsythe). Weight today 116 

75497 Sheepshead 5-S 1:02? fa.st 15 IIS 2 7 7 Ti* 6“ J Lee Hillside, Edward. Waraha. 

75417 G’vesend Al>3-4 1:12? fa.st 12 109 3 9 9 9 * 4* J I.ee t'liepoiituc. High Range, 'fod. 

7.'."43 G’vesend 5? f 1:07* fast 10 1 06 5 7 8 7J 7*“ J Lt-o Armlak, Interveue, Paradise Queen 

PETTICOAT, h. f, 2, by Hamburg — Elusive (H. P, Wliitney). Weight today 112. 

7.5.'kS9 Sheepsh’d 5-S 1 :0()* f ast 6 110 14 12 11 12 12 K l>ugan L.nubbard. Wirtlflower. A.L.Daley. 

ROSTRUM, ch. c, 2, by Hastings — Lady Rosemary (A. Belmont). Weight today 115. 

7.5622 .Slie(.'i>.sli'd 5^ f 1:07 fast 12 Jto 3 3 i-* 4*5 K MeDaii’l Con.Itauger, SeaCliff, County Fair. 

75550 Sheepsh’d 5-S 1:00? fast 8 110 7 6 6 7* 7‘®1R McDan’ ICoimterpane. Harrigan, El PIcaro. 

75422 G’vesend 5J I 1:07* fast 12 102 5 3 3 2>> 2'J Brussel Uncle Jim, Selectman, Sherlock. 

HELEN HARVEY, b. f, 2, by Star Rby — Doughnuts (H. L. Lee), Weight today 112 

75548 .*^lieepsh’d .5i f J :06i Last 30 112 6 6 4 6” 6'* D McC’ thy Edward, Hillside, Waniba. 

CLEF, br. f, 2, by Plaudit — Canzonetta (F. R. Hitchcock). Weight today 112. 

7.56117 She,. Jish’d .5 8 1 ;(HJ fust 3 99 7 6 6 7' 9‘*lSlireve Waponoca, S(ar Thistle. Walervllet 

7.5.566 Sheeiish’il 51 f 1 :06 fast 10 lu9 1 I 1 16 L'J J Lee Tabfio. Fore, Grania. 

7.5447 tl’vesend OJ f 1 :07? fast 8 109 8 5 5 0"® 6'® J Lee Suffragette, TliePlppln, Harl.Mald. 

FREDONIA, b. f, 2, by Solitaire II. — Hazel Me (A, B. Spreckels). Weight today 112, 

75252 Gravesend & 8 1:00 fast 200 106 8 8 8 8 8®® W Doyle Trance, Suffragette, Counterpane. 

WESTMORE, b. c, 2, by Cameron — Colline (M. H. Tiehenor). Weight today 115. 

73369 (''ity Park 3J f 42* fast 7 loT 5 8 7.i 6“1 Miiuler Dispute, .\11 Red, (!rotto. 

73273 City Park 3 8 38 iiuid 15 lo6 12 10® 7* Bnis.sel Warden, Pocotallgo, Edwin L. 

JOE LETT, br. c, 2, by Standing — Canebrake (P. S. P. Randolph). Weight today 115. 

7.5548 .Sheejish'ii 5? f 1:06? fast 50 11.5 7 7 7 7 7®* Fuerst Edward, Hillside, Wamba. 

7.5497 Sheep.shead 5-S 1:02? fast 20 US 16 15 15 15 15 Fuerst Hillside, Edward, Wamba. 

BANBURY, b. c, 2, by Blues — Lamyra (L. 0. Appleby). Weight today 115. 

7.5.397 G’vesenil 3 4 1:13 slop 10 112 9 9 KJ 10 10®®JRaynor Fashion Plate, Madman, Waponoca. 

7.5296 G’vesend 5J £ 1:07 fast 20 109 3 3 3 4® 4® Raynor Harrigan. State.sman, Amri. 

74619 Jamaica 6 8 1:01? fast 100 112 9 .8 8 8® 7*®?Raynor Rossfenton. Tod, David Warfield. 

HOWTH, ch. c, 2, by Hawkswick — Bit of Spice (J. McManus). Weight today 115. 

7.5497 Sheepshead 5-8 1:02? fast 50 118 9 9 9 9 10*® Brussel Hillside. Edward, Wamha. 

GREAT KILLS, ch. c, 2, by Farandole — Margaret Jane (R, W. Nelson). Weight today 115. 

7.5296 G’ve.send 5J f 1 :07 fast 100 luS 7 11 11 11 11®«JF King Ilarrigan, Statesman. Amri. 

7.5222 G’vesentl 5* f 1:07 fast 200 112 F! 13 13 13 13®®?F H King Armlak, M.adnian, Rostrum. 

CORONA BELLE, ch. f, 2, by Requital — Golden Girl (G. B, Dioguardi). Weight today 112. 

75.589 Slieeiish’d 5-8 1 :00* fast 100 110 12 13 13 13 13 Y’orke L.Hubbard, Wallflower, A.L.Daley, 

First start for the following: 

DANDY DIXON, blk. c, 2, by Sir Dixon — Dordica (G. Perrin), Weight today 115. 

KILLCREEN, br, c, 2, by Buck Maasie — Miss Seheiiner (Miss H. Tault), Weight today 115. 

MUGWUMP, hr. c, 2, by Locohatchee — Reform mare (R. W. Carter). Weight today 115. 

GUS HELM, b. c, by Goldcrest — Grace Lee (J, L. McGinnis). Weight today 11b. 

PESCATORE, ch. c, 2, by Requital — Fisher Girl (A. L. Aste), Weight today 112. 

SUMMER NIGHT, ch. f, 2, by Star Shoot— Blue Mass (H. B. Diiryea). ' Weight today H2. 

11. P. Whitney entry— 'File Vicar and Petticoat. 

Windsor Entries and Past Performances for Tuesday, June 30. 



5-8 1:01 fa.st 4 
5J £ 1:07? fast 4 
5-8 1:02? slop 3? 



16 3* E Dugan 
3® 2® Musgrave 
3'4 2* Gamer 



Weight today 112. 
Weight today 112. 



TOD, ch. c, 2, by Sempronius — Ethelinda II. (L. A. Celia). 



7.5417 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:12? fast 10 
75267 Gravesend 5-8 1:01 fast 7 
75144 Gravesend 6? f 1:07? fast 12 



75417 G’ve.send Al>3-4 1:12? fa.st 12 
7.'.343 G’vesend 5? f 1:07* fast 10 



41 3*1 Garner 
46 4® Musgrave 
66 4® Musgrave 



71469 G’vesend 5-8 1:00 fast 10 112 6 4 3 36 5* E Walsh Mplisaiide, Field-Mouse, l.i.Huhliara. 

HANONIA, ch, f, 2, by Mexican— Hanoana (Montpelier Stable). Weight today 99. 

7.'4:o4 .Sheepslrd iV 8 1 :oo? fast 20 105 2 2 2 2? 2* B Dugan Fore, Golden View. Coiinteipane. 

75;t95 G’vesend 0-8 1:02? slop 8 114 4 4 4 4® 4'* E Dugan Melissa, The Pippin. Wallflower. 

75365 G’vesend 5? f 1:07? fast 10 97 10 10 10 10* 8*« E Dugan Fore, Ro.se Bi'ainnont, Taboo. 

GRANIA, ch. f, 2, by Handspring — Lovell (P. J. Dwyer). Weight today 99. 

75566 Sheepsh’d 54 £ 1 ;06 fast 12 109 5 6 6 6i 4'J D McC’tliy Talioo, Clef, Fore. 

75469 G’vesend !">-S 1:00 fast 20 109 S 9 9 8' 7*«JlGariier Mellsande, FieldMoiise, L.Hubbard 

7.5365 G’vesend 5? f 1:07? fast 10 107 4 5 5 4® 4®i Musgrave Fore, Rose Beaumont, Talioo. 

BEAUTY BRIGHT, ch. f, 2, by Star Shoot— Marie Dacca (E. R. Bradley). Weight today 99. 

7.536.5 G’vesend 5-i f 1 :07? fast KJO 98 9 9 9 7i 9‘*AD .McC’lhy Fore, Rose Beaumont, 'ratioo. 

7.5252 Gravesend 5-S 1:00 fa.st 60 " lo7 5 4 5 6.*. 7®® W .Miller Trance, Suffragette, Counterpane. 

75105 Gravesend 5-8 1:02? slow 200 109 7 7 8 9® 9®* Herbert Connaught Ranger, Xebec. (Hogo. 

SPECTATRESS, ch. f, 2, by Meddler— Spectmm (H. B. Duryea), Weight today 99. 

7.5586 Shi-epsh’d 55 f 1 :07 fast 3u 111 7 7 7 7' 6“ D McC’tliySuffrageUe. Footpad, lligli Range. 

75497 Sheepshead 6-8 1 :02? fast 50 115 7 3 3 4' 4®J 1) McC’thy Hillside, Edward, -Waniha. 

WEYMOUTH, ch. f, 2, by Jack Point— Sallie Appleton (W. T. Alexander). Weight today 95. 

75297 G’vesend 54 f 1:09 fast 100 105 9 7 7 7‘i 7®i C L .Miller Trol.sTeiiip, Waponoca, .MeltiiuCloth. 

75118 (iravesend 5 8 1:00? fast 60 106 4 6 6 6* 7®'iK McDan’l Trance, Melissa, Top Note. 

74930 Belmont 4J f 53* hvy 60 107 4 4 4® 4*«iC Miller Sir .Martin, Uncle Jim, Trois Temp. 

LADY SWIFT, b. f, 2. by Sempronius— Enough (R. W. Nelson). Weight today 94. 

7.5604 Slieepsh’d 5-8 1 :'»((? fast 25 105 5 5 5 6 6=® I) McC’ tliy Fore, Hanonia. Golden View. 

7452(5 Jamaica 44 f 54? fast 15 106 4 3 3'? 4»i Delaby .Melissa, Blackford. St. Withold. 

74291 Aqueduct 1-2 46? fast 30 1(*4 9 8 8 ' 6'* D McC’thyTraiice, I’crsoiial, WildpigtHin. 

WESTMORE, b. c, 2, by Cameron— Colline (M. H. Tiehenor). Weight today 106. 

73369 City Park 3? f 42* fast 7 107 5 8 7J 6"? .Minder Dispute, All Red. Grotto. 

73273 City Park 3-8 38 mud 15 106 12 10® 7® Brussel IVarden, Pocotallgo, Edwin L. 

MERISE, b. f, 2, by Masetto— Marie Woodlands (J. F. Smith). Weight today 99. 

75.341 Gravesend 5-8 1:01 fast 10 108 4 5 5 5' 5*.4 G Burns Harrigan. Uncle .Tim, VikhIch). 

75173 Gravesend 5-8 1:01? fast 60 109 14 14 14 14 14 T Koerner Occidental, Y.Daughter, Sundance. 

YANKEE DAUGHTER, b. f, 2, by Mazagan— Sallie of Navarre (C. R. Ellison). Weight today 99. 

7:si2T. Slieepsh'd .5-8 1:01 fast ‘M 110 3 4 4 46 8*4 Mnsgrave Melissa. 'Faboo, 'Fhe Pippin. 

7.5269 G’vesend 6? f 1:0S| fast 5 105 2 3 5 6® 6®4 Notter HightSort, Lady Hubbard, Bon.Kelso 

75‘222 G’vesend 5? f 1:07 fast 4 109 9 5 5 54 6'*JGarner Armiak, Madman, Uostmm. 



7.5.397 G’vesend 
7.5296 G’vesend 
74619 Jamaica 
HOWTH, ch. 



t'hepoiitnc. High Range, 'Fod. 
Armlak, Interveue, l*aradise Queen 
Weight today 112. 



Weight today 112, 
Waponoca, S(ar Thistle. Walervllet 
Tabfio. Fore, Grania. 

Suffragette, TliePlppln, Harl.Mald. 

Weight today 112, 
Trance, Suffragette, Counterpane. 

Weight today 116. 
Dispnle, .\11 Red, Grotto. 

Warden, Pocotallgo, Edwin L. 

Weight today 115. 
Edward, Hillside, Wamba. 

Hillside, Edward, Wamba. 

Weight today 115. 
Fashion Plate, Madman, Waponoca. 
Harrigan. State.sman, Amri. 
Rossfenton. Tod, David Warfield. 

Weight today 115, 
Hillside. Edward, Wamha. 



WEATHER CLOUDY. TRACK SLOW. 



WINDSOR ENTRIES. 

Racing s(art.s at 2;47» p. in. 

XRnns well in uiiul. ©Superior mini runner. 
First Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

('Frack recurd: September Id, 1,S!>7 - 1 :(h>1 — 2 — S4.) 



Ind. 


Horses. 


Hec. 


A 


Wt. 


Hdep. 


7.5.514) 


I’LEASE 




:! 


. 99. 


. . . 72r» 


7.5;:4.5 


Ida D 


... 1 :08 


;; 


. !»."{. 


. . .720 


7.54 24 


Dandv 1 lancer .... 


. . .1:(h;? 


,*5 


. 86. 


-X715 




Redondo 


...1:06? 


5 


.101. 


.X71.5 


7.56.54 


Monientnni 


. . .1 :07? 


4 


.104. 


.X7L5 


V 


Ayr Water 


...1:07? 


.4 


. 1*1!. 


.X710 


71961 


Maycella 






. 80. 


. . . 7or» 


7.5F..50 


Tlie Bell" 




6 


.104. 


.X700 


7.54fM>* 


Gold Bars 


....1:00? 


4 


• UH. 


...700 


7.548.5 


Gleiia MacBride .. 


...1:07? 


4 


.102. 


.. .700 




Kate Carney 




o 


. 97. 


. . .7(H) 


7(1871 


King Folly 


. ..1:0!) 


o 


. 9ti 


. X700 



Horses. 

Peacock’s Choice 

Indian Hiinler 

Sir Cannon 

Long John 

Ed Shuster 

Arveight Leonard .... 

High Hat 

Kidd.v, h. f, liy Plan- 
iides — Dorothy Gray. 
'Fo 11 mi Fro. li. c. by 
i’anieron- Baud.v ... 
Stroineland, b. c, liy 
Bei! Strome — Rose- 
land 



Rec. A. Wt. Hdep. 

115 71.'. 

no 710 

107 710 

10- 70.5 

102 70.5 

no. . X70o 
if.l 700 



Fifth Race— 1 1-4 Miles. 
3-year-olda and upward. Selling. 
(Track record: July 2,5. 1899—2:07 -4 -94.) 



Second Race— 4 1-2 Furlongs. 
2year-olds. Fillies. Allowances. 
('Frack record: 20130- .541 — 2— loo.) 
Sister Phyllis !>9.. 



HightSort, LadyHubbard, Bon.Kelso 
Armiak, Madman, Uostmm. 

Weight today 106. 
’ralMK), Royal Captive, Nigger Baby, 
on). Weight today 102. 



FAIB PLAY, ch. c, 3, by Hastings — ^Fairy Gold (A. Belmont). Weight today 122. 

7%41 Sheepsh’d 1 1-2 2:31? fast 6 126 5 4 4 4 HI* Notter Hessian. King James, Doranfe. 

7.5495 .Sheepsh’d 1 1-4 2:03 fast 8 111 4 7 5 2 2*4 3*? E Dugan Ballot. King James, Master Robert 

75368 G’vesend 1 1-2 2:33 fast 2-5 114 1 2 2 2 I'i l*i E Diigan K. James, Chapnltepec, Ques. Mark 

FIRESTONE, ch. c, 3, hy Royal Flush IIL — ^Modredn (T. H. Williami). Weight today ^103. 

75605 Sheepsh’d 7-8 4:25* fast 10 111 6 3 4 4 3'i 2® W Miller King Cobalt, Hessian. Mmluis. 

7'.551 Sheepsh’d 3-4 1T2 fast 20 110 11 12 11 10® 8‘* W Miller Dreamer. Jack Atkin. De Mund. 

71221 Brighton 1 1:39? fast 20 112 2 4 5 6 6* 5* W Knapp Uncle, Spooner, Meelick. 

HESSIAN, h. c, 8, by Watercrezz— Colonial (A. J. Joyner). "Weight today 116. 

770)4 ISheepsh’d 1 1-2 2:31’ fast 3 116 1 3 3 3 26 2' E Dugan Fair Play, King .Tames, IHirante. 



7.536.5 Sister Phyllis !>9 

7.'»6.51® Christmas :r».5? 9!* 

75480 l.ady Irma :5.5 111 

7.5(i51 Advancing :,54 103 

75651 *Cheek :.56J 111 

7.5677® Huwksflight 103 

75.5. '!!> Spangled Baiui(*r :57 103 

754SO Helen Hills :.5.5? liMS 

7 . 5 . "> 0 '.) Southern Bride :57i ‘.»9 

754."!6 *Greenhow 9!l 

7.">.511 Belle of the Tribe ... 99 

75.590 Cleat 99 

•J. S. 'Tyroe entry. 

Third .Race — 1 Mile. 
3-ye<ir-olds and iiiiward. Selling. 
('Frack record: (2!211 — 1:39? — 4 — 102.) 

(7.56.'4) Creel l:41g 5..10!i 

7.5510® El Dorado 1:42 4. .1(H> 

7.">476 Mortitioy 1:42 4.. 102 

7.5C..54 Golf Ball 1:40? 4. . 94 

7.">6.5.5® Halbard 1:40? 4.. ih! 

7.Y513® Hiacko 1:40? 3.. 93 

7.5482 Schroedcr’s Midway ..1:41? 4.. 106 

74(K)4 Stillhiint 5.. 106 

Fourth Race— 5-8 Mile. 
2-year-olds. Maidens. Selling. 
(Track record: 6444>Fe -1:00?— 2— 105.) 

754:16 .Maxim (Jun 107 

7.5511 Speight 104 



Holscher 




5. .107. 


• X72.5 


Flavigny 


...2:05? 


5.. 9.S. 


. X720 


Doubt 


...2:07? 


4. .107. 


. X715 


The SLaiighraiin . . 


...2:07? 


:t. .100. 


.X7L5 


UIo Grande ." . . . 


. . .2:07b 


4. .102. 


.©710 


Isiiiniliau 




6 . .102. 


. X70. . 


ITytania 


...2:14? 


4. . 98. 


. X70.5 


Approbation 


...2:12? 


4. .io;i. 


. X7O0 


Hoin-pa 




3. ..Ol. 


. . .700 



111. .X710 

103 710 

103 710 

1 1 ) 6 .. X 705 

9!> 705 

9!l 705 

<19 700 

99 700 



Sixth Race — 5-8 Mile. 
2-ycar-olds. Maidens. Selling. 
(Track record: C4496--1 :00? — 2 — 105.) 



1:41? 


5. 


.10!!. 


. 0725 


1:42 


4. 


.1(H>. 


.©720 


1:42 


4. 


.102. 


. ©715 


1:40? 


4. 


. 94. 


-X715 


1:40? 


4. 


. ‘.)6. 


.©715 


1:40? 


*». 


. 9:{. 


.X710 


1:41? 


4. 


.106. 


. X705 




5. 


.106. 


,X7(X) 



r.5.509® 


'Fhistle Belle 


....1:03? 


112. 


X7*25 


1.5.504 


Cereinonlns 


115. 


. .721^ 


1.5511® 


Pimpante 




107. 


. .715 


’.'>455 


Columbus 




115. 


..715 


r.5:528 


Flat Creek 


...1:02? 


112. 


X710 


rS497 


Nigger Baby 




112. 


X705 


r.->4.36 


■Many Colors 




99. 


. .705 


i.54."!9 


Theo Cook 




107. 


. .700 


r.5572 


Automatic 

Sarah J.. b. f. 


liy 


107. 


. .700 



Royal Stag — Notice. 
Tremargo, ch. c, by 
Handsome — Florence 

W 

Uncle Oliver, br. c, by 
Richard J. — Bettle 
Blaise 



The figures under “Rec.” in above entries show 
the best time made hy the horse at the distance 
since January 1, 1906. This time is not necessarily 
made by a winner. It may be the estimated time 
of a losing performance. 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 

FIRST RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (.Septenilier 10. 1897 — t:06l — 2 — 84.) 



Index Course DistTimeT’ ckOdds "Wt St *4 % % StrFin Jockeys 

PLEASE, b. f, 8, by Hit Highneu — Charm (J. W. May). 



75514 Hamilton 5J f 1:06? fast 13-20 103 2 
75415 Hamilton 5-S 1:00* fast 9-10 104 1 
75363 Hamilton 5? f 1:07? fast 13-10 106 1 



1® 16 F’brother 
1® 1* F’brother 
I'i l*i Harty 



IDA D., b. f, 3, by His Highness — Carria C. (D. Gideon). 



esperandam (W. T. Ryaa). Weight today 97. 

1 1 1 26 4=1 W Doyle Ballot, Live Wire. Spooner. 

13 13 13 12®* "W Doyle Dreamer. Jack Atkin. De Mund. 

2 2 2 16 2J W Doyle Monopolist, JullaPowel, Shad. Glance 

}wley (J. Caffrey). 

5 6 7“6 6* G Burns Westbiiry, Roselieii, De Mund. 

3 3 3 3? 4‘* Gamer Perkvlew, Jer.Lightning, WhipT<q). 

II I 1* 2* Garner Zlenap, Fancy, Paatoafle. 



75345 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:09? fast 6 91 2 4 4 4® 4»i T Koerner 

75104 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10? slow 6 % 1 2 4 46 5*» E Dugan 

74858 Belmont 6i f 1:04 fast 7 88 2 2 2 2i 2*i Sumter 

DANDY DANCER, blk. f. 8, by Gallantry— Sararoza (H. W. Moseley). 
7.5424 Latonia 3-4 1:16? fast 13 105 6 7 6 5* 9* F Burton 

75348 Latonia 3-4 1:14? fast 16-5 94 2 1 2 2J 5=i J Butler 

75058 Louisville 6i f 1:06? fast 3 100 1 1 1 1® li Pickens 

REDONDO, h. g, 5, by Inspector B — ^Balaaoa All IL (J. James). 

7.56.54 Wind.sor 7-8 1:27 fast 3 102 8 5 4 3 26 2i Kennedy 

76514 Hamilton 5i f 1:06? fast 4 104 9 5 3 2"k 26 Kennedy 

75435 Hamilton 3-4 1:14 fast 6-5 101 7 5 6 2i 2* Kennedy 

MOMENTUM, br. c, 4, by Sorcerer— Balance II. (F. E. Brown). 

75654 Windsor 7-8 1:27 fast 8 1(6 10 10 10 10 10* 9*«iDelaby 

75484 Montreal 6-8 1:00* fast 8 108 10 12 12 11* 11* Francis 

76293 O’vesend Ab3-4 1:09| fast 20 1()3 » 10 9 9® 9**iMD8grave 



Best Company. 

' Weight today 99. 

Redondo. Ayr Water, Edgely. 
Her.Johnson. GoldBars, H. Virginia. 
NigbtMlst, Herm.Johnson, Gowanga 
Weight today 93. 
Besom, Blacksheep, Qu. Marguerite 
James B. Brady. Besom, Arasee. 
<2.Margaerlte, Fleming, TMcGrath. 

Weight today 86. 
Tamar, Joe Moser. Margaret T. 
Tamar, Beth Goodin. John Ixinia. 
Beth Goodwin, Bitter Sir, Garters. 

Wei*d»t todiy 101. 
Creel. St. Jeanne, Golf Ball. 

Please, Ayr Water, Edgely. 

Edgely, Temmeraire, Estella C. 

Weight today 104. 
Creel, Redondo, St. Jeanne. 
Yonthfnl, Wm.H.Lytm, TartarMald 
Jacobite, Oracuhim, Qo. Marguerite, 



TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1908. 



DAILY KXCING FORM. 



ch. f, 4, by D*rwaatitat«r — SpUah (Talley Farm Stable). 



75pt Windsor 5-1 1;13 fast 15 !>9 4 2 2 2* 4*i T Ilice .Tune Swift. NisUt Mist, Giles. ' 

^14 Hamilton 51 f 1:061 fast 15 107 .! 2 2 .5» S’l T nice Please, Redondo, Mgely. 

T5415 Hamilton 5-8 1:001 fast 4 111 3 3 3 3' 6** T Rice Please, Herman Johnson. Gold Ba.'s 

MATCELL A, b. f, 3, by Macy — Eipuella (S. Laaania). Weight today 86. 

^nnlng 3-4 1;19J hvy 15 110 6 2 4 6 7 Jas Hogg Win. Star, Kiugsessing, GavGrrsellc 

71916 Henning 5-8 l:05g slop 7 109 12 7 7 8 8 Jas Hogg Tea Leaf. Winning Star, Dottle S. 

70724 Saratoga 5i f l:07i fast 12 95 6 3 3 4> 4* E Dugan F.Johnson, John.Blabe. W.H.Lyon. 

THE BELLE, ch. m, 6, by Faraday — ^Lucy Crocket (F. G. Belknap). Weight today 104. 

rrUKO Windsor :i-4 1 ;13 fast 40 104 3 5 6 6'» 5* G .Swain .Tane Swift, Night Mist, Giles. 

71506 Windsor 3-4 l:13g fast 20 92 G 6 5 5* 2* F Burton Cooney K.. Ch. Eastman, Araunteer 

71466 Windsor 5J f 1:08* fast 3 101 10 9 9 10« 10-' J Connelly .T.W.O’Nelll, M.Cesarion, Birm’ham 

GOLD BAB.S, b. g, 4, by Plaudit — Lillie Hammerton (A. Dyment). Weight today J04. 

7."49it llainilton :!-4 1:15 fast 4 102 1 S.* 1 1' 3' Bluinen'I Loretta Mack, Revery, Punky. 

75415 Hainiiton ,5-S 1:00J fast 25 liKl 2 2 2 4'i 3'- Blnuienl'l PI».ase. Henn.'inJohiison, II. Virginia 

7.'^334 Hamilton 51 f 1;09 fast 20 108 3 1 1 2' 2' Bluinen'I C.Fav'dale, E.S.Wliit’ker, L.Lissak 

GLENA MAC BRIDE, b. f, 4, by Dr. MacBride — Glendola (A. L. Lehman), Weight today 102. 

7.54S5 llainilton :!-4 1:14 fast UK) 102 9 9 9 10 lo'*iiloedike Teniineraire, Col.Faverdaie. I. Reck 

71673 Pimlico 3-4 1:16 good 5 107 7 9 7 7 * 7*4 Delal>.v Mereditli. .\ikeii. Millstone. 

71507 Windsor 1 1:41 fast 20 93 8 8 7 6 5’ 4» Deverieh Willis Green, Taunt, Leo Paul. 

KATE CASKEY, ch. f, 3, by Plaudit — Lacrimae (J. £. Madden). Weight today 97. 



3-4 1:13 fast 15 



75514 Hamilton 5* f 1:061 fast 15 
75415 Hamilton 6-8 1:00* fast 4 



71961 Henning 
71916 Henning 
70724 Saratoga 



Weight today 98. 



2 2 2* 4‘i T Rice .Tune Swift, Night Mi.st, Giles. 

2 2 3* 3’4 T Rice Please, Redondo, Edgely. 

3 3 3' 6** T Rice Please, Herman Johnson. Gold Ba.'s 

B. Laaania). Weight today 86. 

2 4 6 7 Jas Hogg Win. Star, Kiugsessing, GayGrysellc 
7 7 8 8 Jas Hogg Tea Leaf, Winning Star, Dottle S. 

3 3 4* 4* E Dugan F.Johnson, John. Blake, W.H.Lyon. 



6820.5 Henning 
68148 Henning 
68093 Henning 



1-2 ,50i slow 99 5 

1-2 51* slop 104 7 

4 1-2 f 561 fast 99 6 



7 7'*4J Johnson Seryile, Ben Cole, Helen B. 

9' 6'* J Johnson Black .Mask, Helen B., laudable. 
5i 6'* Goldstein Jubilee. Ben Cole. Gossoon. 



70822 Sheeps’ d 
70778 Sheeps’ d 



6J f 1:22 hvy 7 
3-4 1:15 mud 6 



5i 6'*JR McDan’lR..4coonnt, M.Antonyll., Botanist. 
3* 3* R McDan’lSangulne, W. Crest, Martha Jane. 



SECOVD RACE — 4 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Fillies. Allowances. (20i:!0 — .54] — 2 — 100.) 



^ISTER PHYLLIS, h. f, 2, by Handsel — Evaline (J. S. Barbee). Weight today 99. 

7u;!C5 G’ve.send 5] f 1 :07J fast 20 92 6 6 6 O'* T'^JC .Miller Fore. Ro.se Beaumont. Tal*oo. 

7.5271 C.’vfscml 5J f 1:07* fast 15 94 7 4 5 5.] 5" <’ L .Miller Fore, Racquet. Ceremonius. 

75168 Gravesend 54 f l:07f fast 60 89 1 4 4 44 4*4 C Miller Gladysixmlse, Nastnrtia, St.Wlthold 

CHRISTMAS, b. f, 2, by Ornament — Easterling (A. G, Weston). Weight today 99. 

7m:5i tviii.isor r. s I :i»oJ fast 15 loO j i lu .pj .| \y M’liy Pearl Point. Kulbek. I’atriot. 

754:i6 Hamilton 44 f 5.5J fa.st 44 U)S 6 8 4' 2- llarty Me.xi.Girl, Pea.Choice, Many Colors 

75:i:i.5 Hamilton 12 4S fast 4 107 10 7 6' 11=‘ J Conlin Brown Tony, Brid(Km, Plaudraore. 

lady IRMA, b. f, 2, by Sempronius — Lady Balgowan (R. L. Thomas). Weight today 111. 

7.5480 .Motitrt-al .5 8 1 :ul fast :! Ill 2 11 4- (' 11 .'41iil’g\astiirl ia, .XulmniiMaid. .Xrondack. 

7.5:!8I( .Montreal 44 f .54g fast 4-5 115 2 2 2* C H Shil’gllavre. 'niistleBellc. Dan de Xovle.s 

753)C. Monlroal 12 4s* fa.st 4-5 111 6 6 4'J 1“ (’ H SliirgDandeXoy les. Pleasing. Royal t):ik. 

advancing, b. f, 2. by Advance Guard — Our Jessie (D, Armstrong). Weight today 103. 

7ri»:5l Windsor 5-8 1 :'K»2 fast 10 1114 5 5 7 7* 6* Nicol Pearl Point, Ralbek, Cliristiiias. 

7.5460 Hamilton 5 8 1:0]gfast 3 114 6 6 6 6 6* Nicol Brown Tony. El Gro. .Xralia. 

7.5.’i86 Hamilton 5-8 1:01 fast 2 117 1 2 2 2* 4-"iNicol Plaudmore, Taplo<-a, Maxiniuni. 

CHEEK, ch. f, 2, by Hawkswick — Dimple (J. S. Tyree). Weight today 111. 

7.5651 Windsor 5-8 1 fast S H2 .8 .8 8 S= 8*4 Hart. V Pearl Point. Balbek, Christmas. 

7.5.5;i9 Hamilton 4\ f .57 good 4 PI!) 6 7 6* 6'"4Tlarty I.urid. .\iK)logize, She XX’olf. 

7.5411 Hamilton 5-S l:01g fa.st 3J 114 3 1 2 2* 1“'‘ llarty Balbek, Maximum, Ilawksdigbt 

HAWKSFLIGHT, ch, f, 2, by Hawkswick — Housewife (A. Brown). Weight today 103. 

7.5677 Wiiulsor 44 f -572 slop 8 U*:! 4 2 2 2'4 3* O H Shil’gK;imlile. Pearl Point, (■hie»)Sa. 

75411 Hamilton is l:0lg fast 12 104 6 8 6 6' 4*4 Bluinen’I Clieek, Balbek, Maximum. 

7.5389 Hamilton 4J f 55* fast 15 107 4 3 3' 4* Blumen’l Aralia, Dorothy Webb, Lurid. 

SPANGLED BANNER, ch. f. 2, by AUan-a-Dale— Onr Flag (D. Hill), Weight today 103. 



CHEEK, ch. f, 2, by Hawkswick — Dimple (J. S. Tyree), 

T.'KmI Windsor 5 8 1 ;iki!S fast S H2 .8 .8 8 S= 8*4 Hart. v 



7.55.’i9 Hamilton 4J f 57 good 100 im; 7 2 5' 4*4 Absliire 

7i'3S9 Hamilton 44 f 55* fast 60 115 10 12 11 11* 11“ Abshire 



74585 Lexington 5-S 1:07| hvy 7 



Lurid. .Xpologize, She XX’olf. 
.Xralia, Dorothy XX’ebh. Lurid. 



6 6 6* 6“JE Gritliu LadyHawthorne, .XlioeBaird, Bahba 



HELEN HILLS, b. f, 2. by Plaudit— Maxine Elliott (J. Garson). 

75480 Montreal 5-8 1:01 fast 20 106 7 7 8 7* 7"4 -legon 

7.5.’!S.”. .Montreal 5-8 59* fast 8-5 UHl .’! 4 4 42 r,i» Engl’der 



7.5,509 Montreal 
75454 Montreal 
7.53’J8 .Montn al 



4.'. f 55g fast 12 102 1 

1-2 4sg fast S HU S 

1-2 ^84 fast 15 107 7 



GREENHOW, hr. f, 2, by Dublin— Corker (J. S. Tyree). 



75.511 llaiiiilloii 44 f 54* fast 2o lu5 5 6 7 

7s':iS9 Hamilton 4J f 55* fa.st lOO 107 12 13 13 

75311 Hamillun 5-8 1:00* fast 50 UK) 6 4 4 

CLEAT, b. f. 2, by Batten— Angea (M. A. Neff). 
7C2 :hi l.'iloiiia 5 S HuljJ fust 65 llu 11 8 11 

.1. .'8. Tv l ee entry I’beek unit Greeiiliow. 



6 7 7' 6“ XX'liilnitii: 

13 13 l;i 13'- Met’alu- 

4 4 6* 6“ Diggins 



8 11 13 13“ ,*ikirvin 



Bridoon, Cascade. Pimpante. 

.Xralia, Dorotliy XX’ebb, I.urld. 
Cheek, lArid, .Xralia. 

Weight today 59. 
M.CrilteiKlen, 1‘oinlLaee, L.liiiliy. 



75388 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:47* fast 5 92 1 2 2 2 16 2“ F’hrother Petulant, 

SCHROEDER’S MIDWAY, ch. c. 4, by Del Paso II.— Dansante (J. Shannon). 



I l::i9 fa.st 40 
8 1:29s hvy 5 
1 1:41 fast 30 



MAKIM GUN, ch. c, 2, by St. Maxim — Addle Mills (F. Cook). 

7.54:16 Huiiiiltoli 4.'. f 55* fast 20 112 7 7 5.X 5'4 Rosen 

7.5016 Toronto 44 f fast 8 100 9 S 86 9*4 .1 XX’ 

74810 l^juisville 44 f 55* fast 16 lo7 9 10 54 5' X’ Pox 



(F. Cook). Weight today 107. 

54 5*4 Rosen MexieanGirl, Cliristmas, Pea.Clioice 
86 9*4 .1 XX’ M’liy l’)<>asing, .Xiuvlogize. Gay King. 

54 5' X’ Powers Silverado, Ted. Bear, Maj.I.awrence. 



SPEIGHT, blk. f, 2, by Lucky Dog — Charm (W. G. King-Dodds). Weight today 104. 

7.5511 Hamilton 4'. f 54* fast 15 pi.5 6 5 6 5- 4'5X .1 Baker Bridoon, Casi ade, Pimpante. 

7."«338 Hamilton 1-2 48* fa.st 10 107 7 11 94 8**?.J Baker Lystra, J.W.Kent, Alder. Daughter 

75181 Toronto 5-8 1:02* fast 50 loo 1 7 7 7* 11*4 J Baker Sight. Aralia. Flat Creek. 

PEACOCK'S CHOICE, b. c, 2, by Matchless— Athleta (A. Brown). Weight today 115. 

7.5488 Hamilton 5-S 1:01? fast 2<> ijn 4 6 7 7 7'“ Bluinen’I Balbek, Lawyer Millar, Tapioca. 

75436 Hamilton 44 f .55* fa.st 11-5 112 5 4 2' 3*4 Nicol .MexieanGirl, Christmas, ManyColors 

75386 Hamilton 5-s 1:01 fast 20 1 08 9 11 10 8' 6“ Blumen’l Plaudraore, Tapioea. .Maximum. 

INDIAN HUNTER, hr. c, 2, by Faraday — Minnehaha III. (J. S. Tyree). Weight today 110. 

7.533S Hamilton 1-2 48* fast 44 115 12 7 7* 7'* F’brother Lystra. .I.W.Kent, Alder. Daughter 

7.5285 Haniillon 44 f 55| fast 10 107 U) 10 9' 8'“ Lieliert M.Iinogene, Pea.Olioice. Pocotaligo. 

74840 Belmont 5-8 59* fast 100 110 11 11 11 12 12**4R Powell Casque, Joe Madden, Statesman. 



752G'> Montreal 1-2 48* fast 50 110 9 6 9 9“ M01 

7.5067 Toronto 5-8 1 :0::* slop 30 Uk; 11 11 11 11 ll==iLie 

ED SHUSTER, ch. c, 2, by St. Gatien— Celia lU. (W. Gerst). 



71832 Louisville 44 t 



7*‘ E Griffin Acquia, Advancing, Anne .McGee. 



AR'VERIGHT LEONARD, b. c, 2. by Maddison— Mattie Lee (W. F. King). 



75455 Montreal 1-2 48* fast 00 113 4 6 46 5® McCahey 

7.";153 Montreal 5-S 1:01 fast 75 11:! S 8 8 8 8'“).Moreland 

7.50Ui Toronto 44 f 56* fast 30 I06 12 10 15 15 ‘Moreland 

HIGH HAT, b. g, 2, by Sombrero— Celebrity (B. & 0. Stable). 

75.501 Montreal .5-8 1 ;IK) fast 30 1U9 6 7 7 7 7"* Moreland 

746.58 Jamaica 5-8 1 :02 mud 20 ;k 7 7 7 7 7'® Francis 

74427 Aqueduct 44 f 56* fa.st 30 104 8 7 10' 4'4 R .XIoDa 

First start for the following: 

KIDDY, b. f, 2, by Planudes — Dorothy Gray (C. Pangritz). 

TO AND FRO, b. c, 2, by Cameron — Bandy (M. Young). 
STROMELAND, b. c, 2, by Ben Strome— Roseland (J. Dyment). 



Weight today 118. 



6 46 5® McCahey Ix)\vHeart, ColonelZeb, Ceremonius. 

8 8 8'®l.XIoreland Ragman. Gay King. A1 Busch. 

0 15 15 Moreland l*l(*aslng, Aiiologize, Gay King. 

& 0. Stable). Weight today 99. 

7 7 7‘" Moreland Takahira. Ragman. Havre. 

7 7 7®® Francis Havre, Force, .Xliss Highland. 

7 10* 4'4 R .XIcDan’lJ. H. Reed, Trois Temp, El Oro. 

I. Pangritz). Weight today 99. 

Young). Weight today 107. 

1 (J. Dyment). Weight today 107. 



APPROBATION, b. 

7.5536 Hamilton 1 
(,5-116 Hamilton 1 1-16 
74742 Louisville 54 f 
HOM-PA. b. c, 3, by 
75014 Louisv’lc 1 1-16 
74923 I..ouisville 1 1-8 
74867 Louisville 1 



0 , 4, by Smile— Hantucket (S. Loois). 

1:44 goorl S 109 2 10 10 5 4'4 4®4 J 

1 :47 fast 15 105 4 6 4 6 5® 5» J 

1:07 good 140 108 10 11 11 11* 10*J J 

Lamplighter — Moccasin (W. Gerst). 

1:46* fast 80 '.G 5 4 5 5 5* 5“iE 

1 :53* good 50 92412 12 12 11 10® 9®» E 

1:44 hvy 80 91 12 8 6 8 9® 10'» E 



SIXTH KACE — 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Selling. 



Weight- today 103. 

AltaMcDonahl, Baurida, Kstella C. 
Tj-ue Boj-, Solon Shingle, BallotBox 
Barnsdale, Toplofty, Bone brake. 

Weight today 91. 
n. Hyphen, Quagga, Dr.L.Huffman. 
a Buck. Brigade, Tivolini. Dr.McCluer 
Kasimova, K. Powers, Dr.L.Huffm’n 

5—1 :00*_a— 105.) 



7.54.5.5 Montreal 1-2 fa.st 2 

75271 G’x-csend 54 f l;o7* fast 5 



KING FOLLY, b. c, 3, by Inspector B.— Seraphine (F. Cook). Weight today 96. 

(0871 Sheeps’d 7-8 1:25 fast 10 102 5 5 5 5 5* 4*4 R McDan’lRuD..Xcconnt. M.Robert. Amundsen 



Weight today 112. 



C^EMONIUS, b. c, 2, by Sempronius — Cereta (M. Welsh). Weight todav 115 

i/'.’'.*? Montreal 5-8 l:(Ki fast 2i) J12 2 5 6 6'® 6-' Mct”in'k Takaliira. Ragman. Havre. 

— t-V 2 ? ‘ -M’by T-ow Heart. Colonel Zeb. Columbus 

i;i-(l (. x’csend u* f l;0i* fast 6 lu3 ;> 5 4 36 ;;‘J .Xlusgrave Fore, Itacqxiet, J. H. Reed. 

PIMPANTE. ch. f. 2, by Ornament — Ollie Belle (A. G. Weston). Weight today 107 

7f>.ill Hamilton 44 f 54* fast 4 110 2 2 5 3® Harty Bridoon, Cascade, Speight. 

*> Monsieur de L’Orme — Ohio (P. M. Civill). Weight todav 115 

1 r 3 34 4'i J Howard lyowHeart, ColonelZeb. Cerenaonlus." 

I- 5 5 5 44 5* C H Shil’gRagman. Gay King, A1 Busch. 

ia-(9 Montreal 44 f 5 j* fast -a lOa 6 4 4’ 3* J Hoxvard Helen Hills, M. T. Greene, Wasco. 

FLAT CHEEK, b. f, 2, by Merryday — Oountaxus (S. S. Rhoades). Weight todav 112 

cG28 Montreal 1-2 48* fast 10 107 6 5 56 4*4 G Swain Hurlock, ThlstleBclIe South Bride 

Montreal 1-2 48* fast 6 107 7 8 6* 5®4 McCahey Sight. OathSt^rdwen 

(olSl Toronto 5-8 1:02* fast 20 100 10 8 6 6® 3®4 J W M’hy Sight, Aralia, Chipmunk. ^ 

NIGGER BABY, blk. g, 2, by Maey— El Poco (B. Lazams). Weight todav 112 

75497 Sheepsheacl 5-8 1:02§ fast 20 115 8 6 6 64 7*4 Mu.sgr.-ive Hillside, Edward Wamba 

75397 G’vesend 3-4 1:13 -slop 6 IJW 1 4 7 7* 7'**W Miller Fashion Plate. Madman. ‘waponoca. 

(al47 Gravesend 54 f 1:08 fast 24 106 3 3 3 3® 3® W MUler R.Beaumont. L.Huhbard. Pr.League 

MANY COLORS, ch. f. 2, by Knight of the Thistle— Sweet Peas (M. Nicoll). Weight todav 99 

-5^ « t ?{'i fast 6 m 10 9 7' 4«4 Whitnlug .XtexicanGirl. Chri.stma!. Pea^hoK; 

Hami ton 44 f oa* fast 60 102 7 7 6 6® 5* XVliitning Aralia, Dorothv Webb Lurid 

(o33o Hamilton 1-2 48 fast 20 107 3 5 5® 5=4 Whittling Brown Tony, lirldoon. Plaudmore. 

THEO. COOK. h. c, 2, by Ben Bruah— Climax (A. Tumey). Weight todav 107 

7..4;!9 Hamilton 44 f 55* fast 13-5 112 5 8 S' S‘®i.Malinii Patriot. Dorothy XX’ebb, .1. XV. Kent 

AUTOMATIC, b. c, 2, by Six Shooter — Motilla (J. B. Respess). Weight today 107 

a5.i(2 Latoiiia. ^8 1:0]!; fast f.ii Itn 11 8 7 10® lo"4E Murtin RobinGrey, .Stowaway, NiiM’armaek 



o 56 4*4 G Swain Hurlock, ThlstleBclIe, South. Bride 
8 6* 5®4 McCahey Sight, OatherineOardweli, R«jalO«k 
6 6® 3®4 J W M’hy Sight, Aralia, Chipmunk. 



THEO. COOK. h. c, 2, by Ben Bruah— Climax (A. Tumey). Weight todav 107 

7..4;!9 Hamilton 44 f 55* fast 13-5 112 5 8 S' S‘®i.Malinii Patriot. Dorothy XX’ebb, .1. XV. Kent 

AUTOMATIC, b. c, 2, by Six Shooter — Motilla (J. B. Respess). Weight today 107 

(^.5.1(2 Latoiiia. 5-S 1 :D1!! fast f.ii It" ii s 7 in® 1()"4E Murtin RobinGrey, .Stowaxvav, NiiM’armaek 

(549S {..atonia 5-S 1:01? fast 14 liG 13 11 11 11* 11*4 K Martiu F.Messenger, N. Carmack T Xlissns 

7.®-.39S I.,atonla 5-S 1:01* fa.st 35 lit) 4 6 6 5* 6* E .Martin Aspirin, Ned Carmack, Rolilii Grey 

First start for the following: 

SARAH J., b. f,* 2, by Royal Stag — Notice (J. Garson), Weight today 104 

TREMARGO, ch. c, 2, by Handsome— Florence W. (W. H. Mosby). Weight today 107 

UNCLE OLIVER, hr. g, 2, by Richard J. — Bettie Blaise (M. Murphy), Weight today 103, 



Latonia Entries and Past Performances for Tuesday, June 30. 



WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 
(Hamlicappcd for a fast track.) 



Weight today 106. 
Nastnrtia, .XiitumnMaid. .Xrondaek. 
Ragman. Takaliira. Nastnrtia. 



7rG:i;: .Montreal 5-S 1 :0t)| fast S 106 4 2 2 3'J 3« Eugl’der I’earl I'oint. Si.ght, Havre. 

SOUTHERN BRIDE, hr. f. 2, by Goldcrest or Dr. MacBride— Alabana (M. Welsh). Weight today 99. 



9 9® S'® G Swain Lilypad. ThistleBcIIe, ('olonel Zcb. 

8 8 S'« .McC'm’k Tlietis. Lilypad, .Miss Sbamiou. 

7 44 3* McC’m’k Hnrl(K*k, ThistleBellc, Flat Creek. 

Tyree). Weight today 99. 



LATONIA ENTRIES. 

For differences in weight add or deduct I 
5 points to the pound. An extra good j 
rider’s average worth is 3 pounds. 

Racing .starts at 2:30 p. in. 

X Rm>s xx'ell in mnd. ©Superior mud rnuner. 

First Race — 5-8 Mile. 

2-year-oIds. Colts and Geldings. Selling. 



Ind. Horse.s. 

teitil.S XVastl 

7.5:!7;: ’j’oplofty 

7.52*.1.S Blaze o’Light .... 

7.5149 Hester Zorra 

75.‘!oO Semper X'era 

7l:!4(J Ericsoii 

75.592 Lady Hapslmrg . . 

71082 Camille M 

^..592 Caltha 

(.<.592 'rigress Lily 

75322 Harriet XX’riglit . . 
744.54 X'iola Guild 



A. Wt. Ildop. 



4. .193. . X71I.5 
3.. 92. .X 790 

92 tW5 

4. .19.’!. . X09O 
92..xt»*9 
. 92. . XtiK.5 
3.. 87..XtW5 

92 089 

3.. 92 079 

3.. 92 fit’.il 



7.54;i6 Hamilton 44 f 5.5* fast 40 104 1 2 8* 9‘® It Powell MexieaiHi irl. Christmas. Pea.Choice 

7.‘G:!S Hamilton 1 2 48* fast 44 107 1 4 44 5® Powell Lystra. J. XX’. Kent, Alder.Daughter 

75131 Toronto 44 f 57 fast 50 107 1 2 11 11® 11'" J Bergen OlsiKeta, SoutheriiBride, FlatCreek 

BELLE OF THE TRIBE, ch. f, 2, by Tammany— La Belle Gatien (M. Nicoll). Weight today 99. 



Lystra. J. XX’. Kent, Alder.Daughter 



THIRD RACE — 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling, (d3’211 — 1 -4 — 19’J.) 

CREEL, b. h, 6, by Woolsthorpo— Extra (P. M. Civill). Weight today 100. 

TTat'd Wiiiilsor • 7 8 1:27 fast :: bi9 :’, 7 6 4 :>® 14 <’ H SliirgKcdondo, St. .Tealiiie. Golf Ball. 

7540.5 Montreal 1 1:44 livy :> 119 2 5 5 5 3X 1** C H Shil’gGocs F,ast. I.ady Isaliel, .XIoatbert. 

7.5357 Montreal 7 8 1 :‘26?. fast 9 10 1 22 3 3 3 2 l^tv 1® C H Sliil’gSpion, Niblick, Kealor. 

EL DORADO, ch. c, 4, by Ethelbert — Dorothea (Fairport Stable). Weight today 106. 

7.5510 Haiiiilt<iii 3 1 1:1:; fa.st 10 Ii! i: 7 6 54 3®4 Harty I’nrslanc. Anna Smith. Gr. Kimball. 

75390 Hamilton 3-4 1:13* fast 8-5 113 2 7 5 6® 4** Nicol Royal Onyx. Edgely, Euripides. 

75208 Toronto ltn70y 1:46* fast 9-10 104 1 2 2 2 2* 2J F’brother Goldway, Hawkama. 

MORTIBOY, b. 0, 4, by Albert — Counterbreeze (Mrs, M. Goldblatt). Weight today 102, 

75476 l.,atoniH 1 1:39 fast 20 lo7 4 3 5 5 5 5®®*.! Butler .Xliss .Xlert, ^rcite, Kercheval. 

75403 I.<atoriia 1 1-16 1:46? fast 15 106 1 4 2 2 2® 2'4 V Powers Miss Alert, Gilpin. .Mousignor. 

75254 Latonia 1 1-16 l:47i fast 13 113 1 4 4 3 3' 3“ V Powers Hostile Hyphen. Plantland, Severus 

GOLF BALL, h. c, 4, by Plaudit — Gutta Pertha (G. J. Kraus). Weight today 94. 

7:>>.54 XVindsor 7 8 1:27 fast S !t8 5 3 2 .5 54 4®4 Francis Creel, Redondo, St. Jeanne. 

75421 G’vesend 1 1-8 1:55 fa.st 15 106 111 1 2® 4"4 E Dugan Rye. XX’elbonrne. Tileing. 

75266 (i’vesend 1 1-8 1:54* fast 20 103 6 1 2 4 5® 7®® J Bergen Bad News, Hyperion H., Beanclere. 

HALBARD, b. g, 4, by Governor Foraker— Pecos (J. Burttschell). Weight today 96. 

7.5C~5.5 XVimls.ir 1 1:11* fast 15 102 4 8 6 .5 :!'4 2' .1 XV M’hy la-xiiiglon I.ady. Kuripiib-s. Kna. 

75479 Montreal 1 1::!9* fast 30 102 7 9 8 7 9“ 9'® J XX’ M’hy Gntario. \addo. Mariposa. 

754'J8 -Montreal 7 8 1:29* hvy 20 107 7 7 6 7 6* 6'®4J XV .M’liy Sehroeder’s .Xlldway, Yaddo, Spion. 

HIACKO, h. c, 3, by Fresno— My Fate (R. S. Davidson). Weight today 93. 

75513 Hamilton I 1:40* fast 6-5 !K> 6 4 4 3 2.J 3* F’lirolher Ilawkama. Sol. .Shingle, Braggadoeio 

75462 Hamilton 1 l:42g fast 8-5 ItKj 1:1 12 11 9 8* 4® F’lirotUer Her. Johnson. Sol. Shingle, BallotBox 



Ind. 


Horses. 


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Hdep. 


75.’k50 .Viiiia Reynolds . . 




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. .uriO 


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Ui.I.iii Grev 


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7*)- 


Fourth Race — 5 


1-2 Furlongs. 






7.MH4 


J<H- Gnitmis 


.I:"ls 


no. 


. . .720 


Cincinnati Tropliy. :(!2 .ikm> 


added with 


.’'liver 


Cup. 




I'ispiite 


.1 :olg 


no. 


. X 720 


2-year-olds. Colts and 


Fillies. .Xlh.waiiee 


SU 


7.'4DI® 


Light Blue 


. 1 :()I4 


1 lo. 


. XTL5 


Mrark n^-onl: -1 — Un;.) 




7.5144 


liiwel.iirg II 


.1 ;iH? 


no. 


. X7IO 


7.5t'45 Crystal .XIaid .... 




121 . 


X 7i»r. 




.Sp.waway 


.1:01? 


10.5. 


. X7IO 


(..64.,= XX'. .X. l.eaeh 


...l;OS? 


in . 


. .71*0 




Camel 




no. 


. X*’^'^) 


7.5012 Wool Winder 




in . 


. .720 




George (’. Dill.ui .. 




107. 


. . 


(7...,2.’!i*I»ireet 


1:07* 


114. 


X715 




i’ereimial 




1 lo. 


. . .im;5 


7.j;26® Cowdin 




n»s. 


. .715 


7ri.“i7w 


Jollv 




no. 


. . .iu;o 


7..645 Variation 




105. 


. . 7 1 .7 


7.V»7l! 


Oila 




no. 


. . .iVTAt 


(7.5.591 l♦\\■artield 


1:07? 


ill. 


. .710 




Harry I'ereival .... 




10.5. 


.. .<k50 


7..t2t:= .Xlii-hael Angelo .. 




III. 


. .7D> 


7r*<;*js 


-Xzo 




lo7. 




7.5I!45-’ Floreal 


... 1 :os? 


105. 


. .710 




Greeiil.ridge, l,r. 


(% 






7..6‘2.s® Irrigator 


1 ;o7» 


los. 


X705 




l.y Bowling Green 


— - 






Dirk UoUtT. 1). <• 


l.v 








Idleliridge 




no. 




Dick Welles-T. 


ad.v 







Second Race — 3-4 Mile. 

Maidens. Fillies. Special XX’eighls. 



6 4 4 3 2.J 3* F’lirolher Ilawkama. Sol. .Shingle, Braggadocio 

1:{ 12 11 9 8* 4® F’lirotUer Her. Johnson. Sol. Shingle, BallotBox 

1 2 2 2 16 2“ F’hrother Petulant, CliarlieGilliert, St. Jeanne 



draik record: 5.9929 l;!2J 

75iC4(i® yui'en's Haiigliler .... 

a*t!27 'I'riaiigle 

■.■<5.79 Pirate Di.iiia 1:1.5 

■.547.5 Ogbeiit 

■.52’.is Tis .Me 

■.5.’:72 odalie 

.5204 “rieiilnl (*ii.-eii 

■.5475 Banaglier 

■.545,9 Nell Glin 

■Mirth. 1,. f. by .Xllaii 
a Dale — .Xciisliia . . . 
F.iiropa. br. f. by Xla- 

ceo Lunette 

Miss Promise, b. f. by 
Sciiit illaiit II. or .\r- 
tillery Pnzzolaiia .. 

Ka 1 berine .Steplieiison, 
b. f. l,y Orlando — 

Brown Leaf 

I'anzetle, b. f, by 
.Salvator Corro Bo- 



19.5 729 

19.5.. X7L5 

19.5. . x719 I 

195.. . X71MI 

195 9',l.5 

111.5. . X9iXI 

19.5. . X6S.5 

19.5 9’2.5 



Roller Ill 

Mc.Xiidrcws. b. c. by 
Scintillaiit H.— 'Ulic 

Lady 1,i 

*I.csli A- l.oniig ciilry. 

Fifth Race — 1 Mile. 
.’1-ycar-olds and upward. Handicap. 



(Track rcconl 

75947= Qitagga 

75a2‘>l® .Miss Strome 
(7.59121 MiHpiette ... 
75 s 591 ■ Pinkola . . . . 
7.5.5.57 Czar 



.29 -l::!S--.5 ill.) 

1 : 41 * 4 . . 19 ;: 

1:49 4.. !KS 

— i:;;<ii ::..i9i 

it.’i't* :!..i9<* 

1 ::..UG 



4.. 19;:..©7,5<) 

4.. !KS..X745, 
ltd . . X74.5 

.199. .©749 
•’!. .ltd. . X7:!9 



SCHROEDER’S MIDWAY, ch. c. 4, by Del Paso II.— Dansante (J. Shannon). Weight today 106. 

7.5482 Montreal I I;:i9 fast 4il a7 5, 5 5 5 6 6'®i.Mi-Calicy . Goes Fast. Keidmoore, Rillie Hlbbs 

754118 Montreal 7 8 l:2!is hvy 5 110 3 4 4 3 2' 1® .Moreland X addo. S[iion. King Cole. 

7.'k$. 54 Montreal 1 1:41 fast 30 114 1 4 4 5 4* 4» Mortdand St. Ilario, Gilisoii. Lady Isabel. 

STILLHUNT, b. g, 5, by Deerslayer — Valarosa (J. V. Murphy), Weight today 106. 

74694 Pimlico .5] f 1:12 e li\y 7.5 lo9 8 11 12 12 12*" .1 E O’Br’nLy kers. Dr. Lee. Billie Hibbs. 

74621 Pimlico .5] f I:lo2 b\y 4o lo7.] 5 3 4 .5* 5'"*.l F U’Br’nEiniuola, PatBulger, XViltonl.aekaye 

FOURTH RACE— 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Selling. (9 14'M’, 1 :90l 2 19.5.) 



Third Race — 3-4 Mile. 

3 y. ar-olds and ii),wanl. Selling. 
(Track reeonl; 5 (m:29 1:123 — — 110.) 

7.59ir>® Hollow 1:14* 97. 



Sixth Race — 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. .Selling. 

(Track rtsord: .5tHi29 -1 :12J— — UNI.) 

(7.59491 JOE MOSER l:i:i* . 19:{. . ©7.50 

75949® Goldpr.M.f Ll.’ii .5. .109. . X749 

7.‘4H9 AI .Muller 1:12;* ;6!..©740 

1 7.559:: I .Xleirick 1:12* .5 . . 1 09. . ©7::.5 

t7.5fG.S| lli.iiest 1:12* .’! . . 19::. . ©7::o 

7."4;il‘ Skyo 1:1.'!* .’!.. 9S..x7.”.9 

(7.5910) Geneva S 1;1-’!* 3.. !M;..x7::n 

7.5477 Froiilenae 1:12* H. . 1 12. . X72.5 

Till' ligiires under ”Rec.” in above entries sliow 
the iM-st time made l.y the liorse al the di.stunee 
.since .luiiuury 1. 1909. Tills time is not iie»9*s.sarllv 
made by a winner. It may be the estimale.l time 
of a losing performance. 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 

Tile (Mids ’ figures in connection with the horses at the pre.sent Latonia meeting are tlie ealeulallons made 
by Daily l.acing lorni and ba.sed on mutuel pools. They are piihlished in such 
form for tUe mere i)Tiri)Ose of mei^ianieal uniformity. 

FIRST RACE — 5-8 Mile, 2-year-olds. Colts and Geldings. Selling. (.■4:.597 — 1:00? — 2--110.) 

index Course DistTime-FckOdds Wt St *4 *(. % StrFin Jockeys Best Company. 

2,_by Tithonus— Selva (G. W. J. Bissell), Weight today 110. 

-t;. •'I ^ r!* . H'‘i<lcl j. H. need, irrigator Dispute. 

*-4*j5-nia j-S 1:01* fast .2J-5 IIU 1 6 4 1.] 16 Trovler Slowawav, .N. Carmack. .1. XX’. Fvre 



SIR CANNON, ch. c, 2, by Prince of Melbourne— Vestige (W. Shields). Weight today 107. 

74477 Pimlico 4J f .56* fast 9 107 8 7 7' 8'* J Bergen Black Mose, Pocotaligo, Ind. Hunter 

74266 Benning 1-2 51* Lost 4 110 6 C 6® 6'= J Bergen Talioo, Hawkwing, Al Bnseh. 

74253 Benning 4* f ^2 fast 7 90 6 6 6'® 5*J J Bergen Ragman, OlKlurate, Helen Hills. 

LONG JOHN, b. c. 2, by Jack Point — Taluca (J. W. Pangle). Weight today 107. 

7.5.35:! Montreal 5-8 l:ol fast 50 li:: 7 7 7 7* 7“* J Howard Ragman. Gay King. .XI Busch. 

7526'> Montreal 1-2 48* fast 50 110 9 6 9 9'' Moreland Sight, C«t1ierineOardwcll, RoyaKlak 

7.5067 'roronto 5-8 1 :0::* slop 30 KKi 11 11 11 11 H®®iLielK“rt Chipmunk, .Xiilinnu Maid, Aralia. 

ED SHUSTER, ch. c, 2, by St. Gatien— Celia lU. (W. Gerst). Weight today 102. 



75,522 l.,atonia 
75474 Latonia 



75628 I.atonia 
7.55(3 Latonia 



Best Company. 

Weight today 110. 
•T. H. Reed. Irrigator. Dispute. 
Stowaway, .N. Carmack. .1. XX’. Fyro 
F.Messenger, N. Carmack, T.Mlssus 
Weight today 110. 
Admonish, Dady Knby, Light Blue. 
Olambala. Turley, .Xfiuto. 

Grunla, Ruble, Home Run. 

Weight today 110. 
.1. H. Reed, Irrigator, Robin Grey. 
Irrigator. Roseburg II., .Marshy. 
Zeola, Qu. Message, MissCrIttenden. 

Weight today 110. 
.Xdinonisli, Lad.v Ruby. Plume. 
J.n.Reed. Admonish, Lillian Ray. 
Rosebnrgll., Cassowary, E.Almanac 



FIFTH RACE— 1 1-4 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling, (July 2.5, 1S99 — 2:07 — 4 — 94.) 

HOLSCHER, br. h, 5, by Lamplighter — ^PrinoeM Lorraine (W. Shields) Weight today 107. 

75531 Montreal 11-8 1:542 fast W JOC 4 4 3 3 36 4® .1 W M’hy Reidmoore, Zipango, Lally. 

75434 Montreal 1 1-8 1:5.5 slow 3 114 2 5 4 3* 2'X 2“6 c Koerner Goldway. L.J.Hiiyman. 'Th. Calhoun. 

7.53.58 Montreal 1 1-S 1:.54 fast 4 110 6 6 6 6 6 ‘ 3®J C Koerner Doubt, Miss Marjorie, Ix>rd Dixon. 

FLAVIGNY. br. m, 5, by Hastings— FUeU (B. S. Wattiu). Weight today 98. 

7.56.52 Windsor 1 1-8 1 :54* fast 8 102 3 4 2 2 2® 2* Delaby Solon Shingle, Goldway. I.ajeiincsse 

76520 Sheeps’d 1 3-16 2:012 fast 8 100 3 8 8 8 3® 2'* Delaby Bro. Jonathan, Sea Wolf, Banker. 

75393 G’vesend 1 1-4 2:06 slop 20 103 2 3 6 6 6 6'®JUpton Juggler, Missouri Lad, 'rroublesome 

DOUBT, ch. g, 4, hy Star Shoot— Miatmst (P. M. CiTffl). Weight today 107. 

75.4.>7 Montreal 1 1-8 1:542 fast 7-10 107 2 6 5 6 5® 1* C II Shil’gRioGrande, L.J.Uayman, Almaudine 

75.358 Montreal 1 1-8 1:54 fast 7-10 107 4 5 5 4 3'* 1® C H Shil’gMIss .Marjorie, Holscher, Ld. Dixon. 

75185 Toronto 1 1-16 1:482 fast 5 106 5 6 6 6 46 3'* C II Shil’gSdr Galahad, Campaigner, Tamme. 

THE BEAUGHKAUN, ch. c, S, hy Maatsrtiiun— Ballyhoo (Mrs. M. L. Britton). Weight today 100. 
75653 Windsor 1 1-8 1:5,21 fast 20 93 7 7 7 7 7 6“JJ XX’ XI’hy Ch. Gilbert. Glimmer, Martin Doyle 

75489 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:48 fast 5 100 4 2 3 3 26 3® ‘T Rice Cave Adsum, Terah. Superstition. 

7.5414 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:46| fast 11-3 92 4 5 4 4 4® 4** F’brother Cave Adsum, Panlque, Polly Prim. 

RIO GRANDE, b. g, 4, by Peesara— Valora (W. F. Mathews). Weight today 102. 

75.5.34 Montreal 1 1:39* fast 4 102 9 9 9 8 6® 3** T Koerner Yaddo, Dennis Stafford. Mariposa. 

754.57 Montreal 1 1-8 1:542 fast 6 108 1 5 6 5 4® 2* C Koerner Donbt, L. J. Hayman, .Xlmandine. 

7.5261 Montreal 1 1-8 1:54 fast 2* 110 8 7 7 8 66 6“ C II Shil’gLadylaabel, St.Ilarlo, MlssMarjorie. 

ISIIAXLIAN, b, m, •, by Bt. Andrew- lamailia (W. O. King-Dodds). Weight today 102. 

75.541 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:48 good 30 102 7 10 10 10 10 8"* J Baker St. Valentine. Del(sStrome, T. Globe 

75,466 Hamilton I 1-8 1:5.3* fast 30 103 2 8 8 8 8 8»i J Baker W.L’ckaye, St.Val’tIne. K.oft.Val’y 

75290 Hamilton 1 1:42 fast 20 107 10 11 11 10 10* Fell.J Baker Caper Sauce, Mlllstoue. Bill Herron 

PRTTANXA, br. o, 4, by The Commoner— Pinnsn (J. R. Wnlnivigbt). Weight today 98. 

75390 Hamilton 3-4 1:13| fast 75 111 10 10 m lo 10>**J Foley Royal Onyx. Edgely, Euripides. 

75340 Hamilton 1 1-S 1:52* fast 20 103 5 4 C 6 6>» 5“ Goedike Millstone. WlltonLackaye, TmeBoy 



i-*an*nia ^-5 jruig last a llu 1 ii 4 l.\ Troxler Sfowawny, X.Carniaok. J. W. Pyre 

,j 498 Latonia o-S l;olg fa.st 8 110 2 1 1 36 4® 'froxler F.Messenger, N. Carmack, T.Mlssus 

b. c, 2, by Somerer— Lynnetto (P. T. Chinn). Weight today 110. 

^ J-]’* “- 0 98 6 2 :: 91 9® S Flynn Admonish, Lady KnI.v, Liglit Blue. 

, 5-8 1:012 fa.st 14 lo2 2 1 1 1® 1* S Flyuu Olambala. Tnrlev, .Xfiuto. 

7aL- Gravesend 5J f l;08g fast 20 97 1 3 6 8= 8=®JS Flyuu Granla, Ruble, Home Run. 

®’ *’ Faraday — Inconstancy (S. T. Hopkins). Weight today 110 

^ '"i?; 1'*:* 5 7 5 .5= 4» C Ross J. H. Reed. Irrigator. Robin Grey. 

--44MK f l:0<g fast 2 2 2 2^ Hoss Irrigator, Roseburg II., Marshy. 

(o499 l.atoma 5-S 1:012 fast 10 108 3 7 5 5 * 2* C R<»(s Zeola, Qu. Message, MissCrIttenden. 

)>y Blues — Merry Merrick (W. Grater). Weight today 110. 

I'-"*- J, '•‘^'""'.a 1:01 fast .50 106 :! Ill* lleidcl .Xdiuonisli, Ladv Riihv. Plume, 

ii.’’,':: 5-8 1:00* fast 10 106 7 6 5 7* 9'«*.l Butler J.H.Reed. Admonish,' Lillian Rav. 

(;>4i4 Latonia 0-8 1:012 fast 16-5 103 3 1 1 IJ 16 J Butler Roseburgll., Cassowary, E.Almanac 

®| *. *>y Hapabnrg — Florida Rote (H. McCarren. Jr.). Weight today 110. 

^ fast 20 98 7 7 8 5® 7® Ilufnagcl .Xdmonish, Lady Kiiiiy, Light Bine. 

^628 Latonia 5] f 1;07* fast 10 98 8 6 9 6* C'» Ilufnagcl J. H. Reed. Irrigator. 

(.55(3 Latonia 5* f 1:072 fast 14 102 7 2 4 3* 3® Hufnagel Irrigator, Dispute. .Xlarsby. 

'i’ F. 2, by G. W. Johnson — Forsaken (W. P. Reardon). Weight today 105. 

5^‘S l:01g fast 10 io.5 4 :! C! 26 26 Glusiier RobinGrey, NedCarmack, J.XV'.Fvre 

^.,1.18 I.atonia 5-8 LOlg fast 18-3 105 6 7 5 5* 5®1 Glasiier F..Messenger, N. Carmack, T.Mlssus 

<t>4-lS L«atonia iy-S 1:01J fast 17 103 7 4 2 2ii 3® Olasuer Admonitor, Aspirin, Landlord. 

2. by Cameron — Gold Wing (M. Young). Weight today 110. 

5-8 1:01* fast 7J 107 12 12 12 13® 13*»iGlasner Joe Gaitens, Olambala. Turley. 

7.5498 I.atonia -5-S l:01g fa.st 18-5 110 10 13 13 13* 13'®iC Ross F.Messenger. N.Carmaeb, T. Missus 

(i.44S I.,atonia 5-S 1:01* fast 15 lo8 8 10 9 10* 11*® 'froxler Admonitor, Aspirin, Stowaway. 

GEORGE C, DILLON, ch. g, 2, by Counter Tenor — Brigand Gneen (J. C. Cahn). Weight today 107 

(.AW Latonia 5-8 l:01g fast 20 99 10 9 11 101 M .XIcCcc Joe Gaitens, Olambala 'fiirlev. ’ 

74144 F.Grounds 1-2 49 fast 16-5 108 11 6 6® .5® V Powers Fundamental. M.ofGotham.K.Queen 

74nr.fi F Gmnnds 1-2 48* fast 2B lOfi 8 7 61 5»* V Pr.wera Pinion. Servicence. Inlory. 

PERENNIAL, ch. c, 2, by Nasturtium — Pirate Girl (T. P. Hayes). Weight today 110 

i’Jtlr!? .5* f 1 :07* fa.st .5* 108 6 3 6 9® 9'«1V I’oweis .T. H. Reed, Irrigator, Robin Grey. 

(.'.d_ 3 Latonia 5* f 1:07* fa.st 80 106 3 2 3 6® 6® O Ross Direct, Semproni, Transform. 

JOLLY, ch. g, 2, by Bridgewater— Senta (W. Clay). . Weight today 110 

75.572 Lit onia 5-8 1:01* fast 4* 110 8 12 l:’. 12* 13'= E RnbiiisonRobinGrey, Stowaway, NedCarmack 

(^505,7 I.ouisvnie 4* f 54 fast 6 106 3 1 26 9«J Warren Transform, Llglit Blue. Elysium. 

74778 L^iuisville 4* f 54* fast 30 106 8 8 7® 7*"JIIeldel Cassowary, Romp, Silverton. 

ORTA, ch. c, 2, by Ormicant — Artation (E. Corrigan). Weight today 110. 

75.572 l.atonia 5-S l:01g fast 50 110 6 10 8 9* S»J V Powers RobinGrey, Stowaway. NedCarmack 

HARRY PERCIVAL, hr. c, 2, by Carlton Grange— Miss Pry (A, J. Gorey). Weight today 105 

7.55*22 Litonia .5-8 1 :00* fa.st 45 98 11 11 11 10> lo*=4l> ColemanJ.H.Keed. Admonish, Lillian Rav. 

73560 F.Grounds 1-2 48* fast 60 103 14 13 13= 13»* J W M’hy Injury. 'The SUcker, Exotic. 

AZO, ch, g, 2, by Wadsworth — Ma Angeline (T. H. Stevens). Weight today 107. 

(;j62S l..atoiiia 5] f 1:07* fast 1.50 90 10 10 S 8ni( S**iD Colcman.T. II. Reed. Irrigator, Ri^in Grey! 

75523 Latonia 5* f 1:07* fast 500 103 9 9 9 9 9®= 1) ColeinanDireet, Semproni, Transform. 

GREENBRIDGE, br. c, 2, by Bowling Green — Idlebridge. Weight today 110. 

First start. 



CAMEL, b. c, 2. by Cameron — Gold Wing (M. Young). 

7.5609 I.atonia 5-8 1:01* fast 7X 107 12 12 12 13® 13*»iGlasner 

7.5498 I.atonia -5-S l:01g fa.st 18-5 110 10 13 13 13* 13'®iC Ross 

7544S latonia 5-S 1:01* fast 15 108 8 10 9 10* 11*® 'froxler 

GEORGE C. DILLON, ch. g, 2, by Counter Tenor — Brigand Gneen ( 
7.4)09 I.atonia 5-8 l:01g fast 20 99 10 9 11 101 S*-* M .XIcCe 

74144 F.Grounds 1-2 49 fast 16-5 108 11 6 6® .5«‘ V Power 

74nr.fi F Gmnnds 1-2 48* fast 2B lOfi 8 7 61 6»1 V Pr.wer 

PERENNIAL, ch. c, 2, by Nasturtium — Pirate Girl (T. P. Hayes). 

7.)628 l.,atonia .5* f 1 :07* fa.st ,5X 108 6 3 6 9® U'«.XV I’owcl 

7.5523 Latonia 51 f 1:07* fa.st 80 106 3 2 3 6= 6» 'g Ross 



SECOND RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds. Maidens. 



Special Weights. (5O(KI0 — 1:122 — 3 — 



GUEEN’S DAUGHTER, b. f, 3, by Heno— Chilpiqnin (G. W. J. Bissell). Weight today 106. 

75646 Latonia 7-8 l:‘27g fast 9i 98 6 7 6 5 ,5] 3* J Butler Ben Sand. Hollow, Snake Mary. 



75475 Latonia 3-4 1 ;14* fast 20 106*11 7 6 6* 5“ 'froxler 

75035 Louisville 7-8 1:27| fast 6* 97 2 4 8 8 8 8*» T Steele 

triangle, br. f, 3, by The Electoi^-Janowood (E. Alvey). 

69627 Latonia 5-8 1:02 fast 101* 3 12 13 13 13®* D Austi 

68965 Chur. Downs 4 1-2 f 55| good 110 7 6 8* 8®* D Aust! 



6S741 Chur. Downs 



1-2 49i slop 110 5 



7 6 6* 5“ 'froxler W. T. Overton, Lignando. Hnck. 

8 8 8 8*® T Steele Palamon, Estella C.. Apache, 

wood (E. Alvey). Weight today 105. 

12 13 13 13®* D Austin Stone Street, Rexall, Sabado. 

6 8* 8«i D Austin Hester Zorra. Balia, W. Belle. 



City Park 1 1-4 2:14 mud 4 



PIRATE DIANA, h. f, S, hy Pirate of Pemsiiee — Diana (E. Fry). Weight today 106. 

75576 T.atonia 1 1:41* fast 8 84 7 5 4 2 3J 4= Hufnagel Sylvan Belle. Spunky, Bitter Miss. 

754.50 Latonia 3-1 l:l4i fast 13 1(^ 1 5 6 5* 3* Pickens Inventress, Hnck. Enlist. 

75350 Latonia 1 1:42* fast 7 103 6 2 2 1 1* 3®* J Butler Vanen, Ogbent, Annoyance. 

OGBEMT, br. t, S. by Ogden or Plannden— Lamhoat (S. X. HeBdenoal. Weight today 105. 

75475 l..atonia 3 4 1:14* fast 10 105 4 4 5 .56 4*J E Martin W. T. Overton, Lignando, Hnck. 

1 1:42* fast 4J 105* 8 6 6 3 3® 2* V Powers Vanen, Pirate Diana, Annoyance. 

1 l;40i fast 80 104 13 13 13 13 U* U®« Warren Arrow Swift. Rtfstle, BIU HerroB 



7* 7*®*0 Austin Ancient, Woodlane, Black Mary. 



2* !■ V Powers Hooray, Punky, Jungle Imp. 



75350 Latonia 

74901 Louisville 



ixi 





WOOD 



ROOM 312 - 59 DEARBORN ST. - CHICAGO 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



TueSDAV, JUNE 30, 100S, 



TIS HE, b. f, 3, by G. W. JohnioB— LoniM Lm (D. N. Prewitt). 

<fi»8 l,Atoiiia a-4 1;1« good 10 KMJ .1 :t 10> 8» T Taylor 

ra598 Latonia 4 1-2 f &5» fast 107 2 11 lOJ 10« Holgesen 

69379 Latonia 4 1-2 f B7i hvy 110 8 8 9* 9>» Smart 

ODALIE, b. f, 3, by Phoenix — ^Merle (A. Watkins). 

75372 Latonia 3-11:14 fast 90 91 10 10 11 13 13: 

74919 Louisville 3-4 1;15J good 19-5 100 4 1 3 6i 9^ Dishmon 

67849 Oaklawn 3i f 43 fast 7 104 10 1 ~ ' 

ORIENTAL QTJEEN, b. f, 3, by Greenan— Empress Dowager (G. H. Holle). 

75204 Latonia 7-8 1:29J fast 250 8!» 9 5 2 7 5S 6» Ilufnagel ’-i' 1 ' 

70536 Pt Erie 6| f 1:10 slop 4 105 7 7 6 5* 6>*iDubel Sty lit' Soiree. 

70100 Windsor 5-8 1:06* hvy 96 7 6 3 2>| 3*i Dubel • 

BAKAGHER, ch. f, 3, by Banastar — Kamara (J. S. Hawkins). 

75475 Latonia 3-4 l;14i fast 30 105 7 2 4 7* S>=iJ Butler 

68703 Chur. Downs 1-2 48* fast 105 2 2 2* 2*« D Austin 

68696 Chur. Downs 1-2 49| hvy 102 7 6 5» 7“ J Butler 

NELL OLIN, hr. f, 3, by Wagner — Black Sleeves (Woodford ABuckner). 

7C450 l,a.tonia 3-4 l:14i! fast 7-5 105 9 9 9 10“ 10*» V I’cv.c:- 

First start for the following: 

MIRTH, b. f, 3, by Allan-a-Dale — Acushla. 

EUROPA, br. f, 2, by Maceo — Lunette. 

MISS PROMISE, b. f, 2, by Scintillant II. or Artillery — ^Fuzzolana. . . 

KATHERINE STEPHENSON, b. f, 2, by Orlando — Brown Leaf (P. J, Millctt). 
DANZETTE, b. f, 3, by Salvator — Corro Boree. 



Weight today 105. 
Donaldo. .Msatlaii, (ioldess. 
LadyFesca, Mar.Aurellus, G.Dame. 
Balia, Moscow Belle, Merrigo. 

Weight today 105. 

:*1C Henr.v Minnehaha, Demo, Enlist. 

— SnakeMary, MalePletcher, J. Louis 
91 6*i Dearborn Lady Elkhorn, Brocade, Flown. 

Weight today 105. 

Mai Coiiria, Tarquin, Canoplan. 
Styllt, Soiree, Margot. 

Listerine, Frescati, Alelange. 

Weight today 105. 
W. T. Overton, Lignando, Huek. 
Grande Dame, W. Belle, M. Dink. 

R. Queen, D. of Dawn. Geneva S. 

). Weight today 105. 

I’owers luveutrcss. liuck. Pirate Diana. 



In heat races there shall be an allowance of five 
pounds from the scale of weights. 

Except in handicaps snd In races where the 
weights are fi.xed absolutely in the conditions. filUea 
two years old and geldings of all ages shall be 
allowed three pounds, and fillies and mares ttrea 
years old and upward shall be allowed five pounds 
before September 1, and three pounds thereafter. 

PACIFIC JOCKEY CLUB. 

In races of intermediate lengths, the weights for 
the shorter distance are to be carried. 

In a race exclusively for two-year -olds the weight! 
shall be 118 pounds. 

In a race exclusively for tbree-year-olda the 
weights shall be 422 pounds. 

In heat races there shall be an allowance of five 
pounds from the scale of weights. 

Except in handicaps and in races where the 
weights are fixed absolutely in the conditloos, fillies 
two years old and geldings of all ages ahall ^ 
allowed three pounds, and fillies and mares three 
years old and upward shall be allowed five tmuiids 
before September 1, and three poiinda thereafter. 
STATE RACING COMMISSION t»F KENTUCKY. 

The scale of weights adopted by the State Racing 
Commission of Kentucky is identical with that of 
the American Tnrf Association, except that no 
weights are named for two-ycar-olds at any dis- 
tance before Angnst. the restriction being that no 
two-year-old shall compete In any all-aged race prior 
to August 1. The weight la races exclusively for 
two-year-olds Is 118 pounds. 

STEEPLECHASE WEIGHTS. 

At the eastern tracks all steeplechase races are 
run under the rules of the National Steeplechase 
and Hunt Association, which provides these weights: 

For steeplechases less than three miles — From 
January 1 to August .'ll. Inclusive, four years, 14.5 
pounds; live years, 159 pounds; six years and over, 
166 pounds. From September 1 to December .31, in- 
clusive, for four years, 155 pounds; flvo years, 16;) 
pounds; six years and over 166 pounds. 

For steeplechases of three miles and over — From 
January 1 to August 31, Inclusive, four years, 1.38 
pounds; five years, 1.57 pounds; six years and over, 
166 pounds. From September 1 to December 31, in- 
clusive, for four years, 149 pounds; five years, 161 
pounds; six years and over, 166 pounds. 

Except In handicaps and In races where the 
weights are fixed absolutely in the conditions, mures 
shall be allowed five pounds and geldings throe 
ponnd.s. No horse shall carry less than* 130 pounds. 

In the west the weights specified by the Westcru 
Jockey Club and the American Turf Association 
are Identical and are as follows: 

Jan. April. July. Oct. 

Age. Feb. May. Ang. Nov. 

March. June. Sept. Dec. 

3- year-olds 125 129 134 140 

4- year -olds 147 149 151 L54 

5- year-olds 157 160 lt>3 164 

6- year-olds and np.. 168 170 172 173 



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S. B., Kenosha, Wls. See reply to H. C G. 

Beattie, Chicago. The bet on Fair Play was a 
winner. 

F. M., Kenosha. Wls. Since Helmet only ran 
third, a show bet was all he could win. 

W. S. B., NorwtKHl, Ohio. Tim Hurst paid |22.80 
to $5 to show, or at the rate of |4«56 to |1. 

I). K., Toronto, Oiilk Ou Irrigator, June 23, you 
should In- paid at the rate of 834 to |5 straight ami 
$22.5.5 to $5 place. 

. I’aul B., Detroit. -Mich. Calculate Apache at $3.25 
to $5 amt .Miss Stroiue at $4.15 to $5. The parlay 
should return $6.40. 

T. G., Toronto. Out. In case of a dead heat a 
bet <m a horse at 2 to 1 would win at 1 to 2, 
and at 10 to 1 at to 1. 

H. C. t!.. Joliet, 111. Fair Play was not an added 
starter. His uaiue, weight and latest races appeare<l 
111 "entries and past iierforniances,” hut his name 
was accidentally omiUetl from the n>gular entry list 
in making up. Bets go as the horses finished. 

C. A. R. and others, Chicago and elsewhere. In 
race 75.562 Hidden Hand was out to show. In race 
7.5.581 Lee Harrison II. was 1 to 2 to show. In race 
75.58;{ Decorate was out to show. In race 75599 Ed- 
win T. Fr.ver was 2 to 5 to show. In race 75619 
Preen was out to show. In race 75632 Nebulosus was 
out to show. 

Eddie H., Chicago. July 4. ItKNi, Sidney Lucas 
started In and won the second race of the day at 
Washinglou I’ark. defeating .Norford, Midwooit and 
two more. 13ien ho was startisl tn the fourth race 
of the same day. the Sheridan Stakes, and 
ran third to Sam Phillips and Advance Guard, 
Sam Phillips wiuiiiiig from Advance Guard by a 
half length, with Advance Gu.ard a head in front of 
Sidney Lucas. 



Weight today 105. 
Weight today 105. 
Weight today 105. 
Weight today 105. 
Weight today 105. 



THIRD RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (50620—1:1: 



SOUOW, B. c, 8, hy Holatem — ^Ftrflow (T. T. Hajaa). Weight today 97. 

ej646 Latonia 7-8 1 :27iS fast 3-2 108 3 1 1 1 2'i 2= V Powers BeiiSniid, Q. Daughter, Snake Mary. 

i:i610 Latonia 7-8 l:27g fast 70 92 2 2 2 5 7* S'^lHufnagel Geneva S., Deacon. Hazclthorpe.* 

75574 Latonia 3-4 1:13| fast 12 105 1 1 2 2J 5*i Warren Joe Moser, Bitter Sir, Masson. 

WASTI, ch. f, 3, by Woolsthorpe — Lady Aurinda (W. Gerat). Weight today 92. 

69698 Windsor 5-8 1:05 hvy 107 7 6 6 6> 6»i Dubei Roos, Blember, Catherine F. 

6^68 Windsor 4 1-2 f 54* fast 105 5 4 5* 4* Duljel Ijady Baldur, Aquiline, D. of Dawn. 

69361 H amilt on 5-8 1:02* fast 103 4 2 1 l^i 1* Dubei Mollere, R’gh House, WilliamPenn 

TOPLOFTY, b. f, S, by Order — Cupola (W. B. Littrell). Weight today 87 

75373 Latonia .3-4 1:14 fast 20 94 7 10 9 Si 9*®JT Steele Geneva S„ Oliase, Canoplan 

74883 Louisville 3-4 1:15* good 21-5 96 10 7 8 6“ 7* T Steele .S.Hlll, Meadowbreeze, Dan.Dancer 

74829 Louisville 3-4 1:13* fast 46 100 2 10 10 10* H>*iF Burton Dand.Dancer, Barnsdale.StonerHlll 

BLAZE O’LIGHT, blk. f, 4, by LampUghtei^Idahe (W. H. RobiasoB) Weight today 103. 

7.>298 Latonia 3-4 1:16 good 11 103 9 8 7 6* 5*1 Minder Donaldo, .\lsatian, Goldess 

75038 Louisville 1 1-8 1:53* fast 30 102 .5 6 6 7 8 * 8**iJ Butler Camille. St. Valentine, Tlvollnl. 

74923 Liouisville 1 1-8 1:53* good 6 107 10 9 9 10 7* 6'*JWarren Buck. Brigade, Tlvollnl, Dr.McCiuer 

HESTER ZORRA, ch. f, 3, by Cesarion — Katie W. (J. C. Ferriu, Jr.). Weight today 92. 

75149 l.atonia 3-4 l:17g slow 12-5 92 1 1 1 11 8* E Martin Divorcee. Mattie Mack, SylvanBelle 

71314 Latonia 5-8 l:05g h.vy 25 108 5 5 6 7*® 7**iW Ott M. Gallagher, Divorcee. LadyMartha 

70694 Em. City 6-8 1:01 fast 15 100 T Fell. Sumter Aunt Rose, Scallop, Gun Cotton. 

SEMPER VERA, br. f, 3, by Sempronius — Web of Fate (W. A. Smith). Weight today 92. 

75360 latonia 1 1:42* fast 40 l(i4i ill 4 4* 7‘«1T Taylor Vanen, Ogbent. Pirate Diana. 

75202 latonia 3-4 l:13g fast 80 1044 6 5 5 5» 5** T Taylor Estradia, Lucille I)., Boema. 

74919 Louisville 3-4 1:15* good 20 105 15 15 15 15 15*<JWarren SnakeMary, MaleFletclier, J. Louis 

ERXeSON, ch. 0, S, by King Brio— Spinuett (D. Laban). Weight today 103. 

71346 Latonia 3-4 1:16* good 30 117 3 2 4 .58 Hi* w Ott No Quarter, Ben.sonhurst, Airship. 

71266 latonia 6J f 1:10* hvy lOO 95 5 5 9 7* 9*»iW Ott Lens, Ovelando, Marvel P. 

70092 Latonia 3-4 1:20* hvy 102 7 2 3 6* 9*i WHW’k’r Hyperbole, LittleGeorge, C.Fearson 

IaADY HAPSBITRG, h. f, 3, by Hapsbnrg — Banderole (H. McCarren. Jr.i. Weight today 92. 

75592 latonia :t— 4 1:14 r fast 125 96 2 2 1 1* 7**JS Flynn Margaret T., G. Dame, K. Queen. 

75347 Latonia 3-4 1:14| fast 75 99* 3 2 2 3 * 8*J .Skirvin Mnr^ret T., Mattie Mack, Oasis. 

75298 Latonia 3-4 1:16 good 10 98 2 111* 4* Skirvin Donaldo. Alsatian, Goldess. 

CAMILLE M., b. f, 3, by Ben Strome — Adora (W. H. Fizer). Weight today 92. 

71682 Latonia 5* f 1:14 hvy 15 1 09 2 1 1 38 6**JMlnder Divorcee, .\nsonia. Speed Marvel. 

71647 latonia 5-8 1:05 hvy 10 95 6 1 3 8J 7*® E Martin LadyMartha, .\gnesWood, Ansonia. 

71553 Latonia 5-8 l:01g fast 15 105 9 5 8 11* ll*®*Minder B. Ward. C. of Melb’rne, Mondella. 

C.^THA, ch. £, 3, by TJte — Cathay (J. B. Elliott). Weight today 87. 

75.">92 latonia 3-4 I:14jj fast 95 6 8 9 8* S** .Tas Hogg .Margaret T.. G. Dame, R. Queen. 

7;>475 latonia 3-4 1:14* fast 35 105 2 1 2 48 7** .Tas Hogg W. T. Overton, I.,ignando, Huek. 

71682 Latonia 6* f 1:14 hvy 4 101 1 2 2 8* 9** C H Shll’gDlvorcee, Ansonia, Speed Marvel. 

TIGRESS LILY, hr. f, 3, by Maceo— Reception (E. Horton). Weight today 92. 

7fs.93 Uatonia 3 4J:I4iifast 9* 9.', pi i:: 11 11* lu‘*iHufnagel .Margaret T.. G. Dame, K. Queen. 

71708 latonia 3-4 l;23g mud 75 96 5 4 8 9 9*»*Pieratt Paul Ruinart, Tackle, Milford. 

71545 latonia 5* f 1:07* fast 50 95 8 8 8 8 8***E Martin Please. C. W. Burt. Ketchemlke. 

HARRIET WRIGHT, ch. f, 3, by Star Shoot— Marina (A. L. Damahy), Weight today 92, 

7.5322 latonia 7-8 1:29 fast 9* I'Ni 6 3 3 3 12* i2'**Fogarty .Male Fletcher, AlwUiaii, l8>rasettc. 

74S48 Louisville 3-4 1:16* mud 21-5 99 4 5 5 9* 10*® Fogartv E. M. Fry, Banrida, Lignando. 

71.')53 latonia 6-8 l:01g fast 20 105 5 3 11 10* 10***Fogarty B. Ward. C. of Melb’me, Mondella. 

VIOLA GUILD, br. f, 3, by Masetto — Frederica (W, A. Hughes). Weight today 92. 

714. i4 Pimlico 3-4 1:11* fast to 9S :! ,5 8 9* 7'*.'..l Bergen Parkview. Wilton Laekave, Itergoo. 

74:t55 Pimlico .5-8 1 :oaK fast 40 9:! .S 7 7 6* 7“ U Powell BillieHildis, Taktm, TilUnghast. 

71016 la-xington 5* f 1:08* fast 50 Kh» 3 7 6 6* 6»* II Miller Lucille D., Ordoiio, Ansonia. 

ANNA REYNOLDS, ch. f, 3, by Mont d’Or — Talaria (W. L. Lewis). Weight today 92. 

7'3,iO l.alor.ia 1 U42* fast 130 ]o:t lo 13 12 10 10* 10*" Franklin Vanen. o,glieiit. Pirate Diana. 

71279 Windsor 5-8 l:06g hvy 60 99 4 7 7 7 ‘ 7** Rosen Shlrle.v R., Linda I-ake, Lady Ermy 

71134 Hamilton 6-8 1:02 fast 100 107 8 9 9 8 * 8**iRosen Bluleen, Our Boy, Gene Wood. 



NOTES OF THE TURF, 



The iii.iur.v Norman HI. received In the Epsom 
Derl»y will lay him by the heels for some time to 
come. 

J. Mar.sli, an English trainer, has taken the place 
of R. Flges as starter for the tracks under the 
French Jocke.v Club. 

After the finish of the Great Trial Stakes Paul 
J. Rainey offered John Madden $40,000 for Fayette. 
■Madden declined the offer. 

After the Beacon Steeplechase John M. P., the Jo 
soph E. Wldener starter, pulled up very lame. It 
was thought after a superttelal examinatiou that 
lie would have to he rested and doctored for the 
ailment. 

One of tlie advertised .stars of the Butte meeting 
is old "W. H. Gatos, which has won 100 races.’’ 
The latter statement is not true and instead of be- 
ing starred, the old hoi'se should be retired to au 
extra giMsi amt green pasture. 

The Seoteli tliree-year-old llaelierry Is having 
iimeli success in England. He is owned l,y the 

Duke of Montrose, a .son of the late famous Caro- 
line. Duchess of Montrose, who after tlie fonrtli 
duke’s dealli married Mr. (Yawford. and for many 
years playisl a promiuent [lart on the turf, racing 
as ".Mr. Mauton". ^ 

Emperor William. Barney .SelireilK*r's mneh-Iioped- 
from two-year old, ran implaeed in ills first essay at 
Latonia a day or two ago, but will do better. The 
Enquirer saiil of him: "He «-ertaiuly l<H>ks tlie i»art 
of a great racer. He was too liigh in tiesh, however. 
Oil looks he was a 1 to 10 shot, and he will cer- 
tainly be lieard from wlieii lie gets east.” 

After Fair Play, ran Ids reniarkalile race in the 
Coney Island Jockey ('lull Slakes A. J. Joyner sent 
a calile l(» .Viignsl Belmont, ids owner, telling of liis 



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FOXr^TH RACE — 5 1-2 FurJoiurs. Cincinnati Trophy. 2-year-olds. Colts and Fillies. Allowances. 



r. f, 2, by Pirate of Penzance — Silk Maid (R. K, Lewis). Weight todav 121. 

• 1 :os.( fa.st 1 120 .1 2 2'* 4'* Heidel l iiele Waller, rioreal. W.A.Leaeli. 

! 1:02 good 1-2 116 3 1 1 1“ 1* Heidel Alice Bjiird, Mrs. Sewall. Saliiward 

! 1:018 fast 7-5 118 2 1 2 18 18 Heidel E. Harwood. Uap.Kate, AnneMcGee 

, 2, by Star Shoot — Dixoletta (John Marklein). Weight today 111. 

■ I:osl fast 7-5 I09 :: 4 31 v Powers I iieleWaller. Floreal. Cryslai.Maid. 

iPOOJfast 6 h:: :> 1 1 2* 2* T Taylor IVIdteFaee, .Mieli. Angelo, V.Buelow 

! 1:01 fast 24-5 104 7 4 3 1* 1*J T Taylor VonBuelow, RosohiirglL, St.AuIalre 

c, 2, by Woolsthorpo— The Henrietta (M. Young). Weight today HI. 

i 1 fast 17-5 lo:t ,> 4 .5 5' 4* Pii-kens .Miami, .Vuiie McGee, .Mrs. Sewall. 

1 1:0*1* fast 13-5 1*16 8 5 3 |8 4* Hiddel W. A. I,eacti, Aequia, Direct, 

f 54f fast 3-2 HS V, 5 5* 3* Troxler Fundamental. FreiichCook, Solicitor 

by Don do Oro — Froken (W. J. Young). Weight today 114. 

1 :**7.* fa.st lS-5 I*i*i 7 5 1 38 jii v Powers Siuiiproni, Traiisform. Warfield. 

!l:*108fast 6* 103 6 6 6 6 * 5* Jas Hogg WhiteFaee, W.A.Lea*-li, M. Angelo. 

1 l:00f fast 13-10 106 1 4 4 2®** 2* V Powers Transform, Roschurgll., Fundam’al 

by Ingoldsby — Lady Quex (Moore & Scott). Weight today 108 

. l:*i| fa.st 1_ no .5 4 4 :!* 2* .1 Butler .Mal.cl lleiiry. All Red, .Mereadel. 

i l:*Kt^ fast 3-5 ]*>:!* 4 5 5 5* 4“* Warren .\niie McGee, Aspirin, Rosetmrg II. 

1 POIg fast 20 ](Ki*io .5 0 6* 8** V Powers Zeola, Dispute, Queen's Message. 

2, by Star Shoot — Sans Parcil II. (T. P. Hayes). Weight today 105. 

■ t:*'Si». la.sl 25 1*1*1 S S s 8*'* 8‘® .las ilo-- I lK-le Waller. Floreal, W.A.Leaeli. 

>1:00* fast 80 1**6 10 S 7 .5* 5®’ Heidel J H.Rced, Admonish. Lillian Ray. 

2, by Nasturtium--Dctection (J. H. Lesh), Weight today 111. 

■ 1 :**7;; fast 7* _ ]*>.5* 5 3 :: 3'* 1“** 'J'roxler \. McGee. Fundaiuenlal. Transform 

’1:071 fa.st 18-5 1*16 2 6 6 5* 4*1 Heidel Direct, Semproni, Transform. 

i 1:00* good 16 104 13 10 11 9* 7‘* Skirvin Deyiser, Michael Angelo, Aspirin. 

I, ch. c, 2, by Omus — May Angelo (G, Hendrie), Weight today 111. 

i 1 :**0r la.sl 21-10 1**6* 2 5 4 ::* ;!* Troxler WhileKaoe. W..\.l,eii<‘h. VonBuelow 

! l:0<i* gooil S-5 1*14 9 7 ti 4*> 2* MimKU' Deviser, .\spirin. Tramp Fast, 

r 54* fast 9J HO 6 4 3* 2®** Franklin Semproni. Rockcastle, Old Hickory 

by Alloway — Anyday (T. H. Stevens). Weight today 105. 

;i:**VAIast .5.5 pm 7 6 *i 4*> 2* .f Butler Pm-. Walter, W.A.U'aeli, Crys.Maid 

1 :07iJ fast 175 ]o*i 2 6 6 5* 5“ C Ito.s.s Warfield. A. .McGee, Fundamental. 

I l:00jj fast H5 97 8 8 8 8* S‘**Jas Hogg .\nue McGee. Aspirin, Rosehurg II. 

, 2, by Nasturtium — ^Fertile (L. A. Celia). Weight todav 108. 

1:07* fast 21 5 9.s 2 2 2 2* 2* .las Hogg . 1 . |[. Reod. Roliiii Grey, Dispiile. 

l:07.i? fast 34-5 95 1 1 1 1* 1* .las Hogg Dispute. Ro.sehurg It., Jlarshy. 

! l:01i! fast 6* 105 1 6 6 7“i* 5*1 Heidel Zeola, Dispute, Queen’s Message. 



Patented April 28, 1908. 

Put cut und*'r magnifying glass and see the flgurea. 



CLASSIC STARS ABSENT FROM ASCOT, 



THE SYSTEM THAT GETS 
WINNERS. 



The Loiidiiii .Mail laiuelils Is'cause RhiHlora was 
(lie only I'lassie star at .\seot and sa.vs: "Slieve Gal- 
lioii has gone ahroatl. Urliy eamiol he trained. \ViI*di 
Elui and Glass Doll w>‘ liear nolliing of and Wi®d 
Winder is leiniM>rariI.v in Iroiililc. 'I'liese eoinprlseil 
tlie classii- winners in 11»*i7. Of this si-ason’s lot, 
.N'ornmii III. was injiii-i'd in altcnipting lo follow 
up his Two ’I’liousaiid Guineas sm-eess in the Derliy, 
and Hie new idol. Signorliiid la. Iieroiiie of 1m>Hi 
Hie Herliy and Oaks, lias no engagement at the 
iiieeting." 



Tlioroiiglily dinionstrat*®! atnl tesleil at I,.Hoiila 
meeting tin' past wi'ck willi the greatest siii-ei's.'l. 
It is positively all we ehiiiii; The best hamiicapper 
in the business. Hundreds now in use. Von enii’t 
|ilay Hie races witlioiit it. Get in lino. Send fur 
fiirllier iiiforniatioii. 



SCALES OF WEIGHTS FOR JULY, 1908, 



PRICE, $5.00; IIVI CAINADA, $7.50. 



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WINDSOR RACES. 
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2vear-oIds S4 .S'.t S.S ;>.5 

::-.vear olds ii:: 114 It:: 122 

1- year ohis 122 122 122 i:t;{ 

.5 year-olds & u|i.l21 121! 124 I:,:! 

2 vear olds 79 st 

:! .vear-olds Iliit 111 112 HI 

4- years)Ids 122 122 122 12*i 

5- y ear-olds & up. 124 121 121 120 

2- year-olds 

li-year-olds 107 107 107 111 

4.vearoIds 122 122 122 12*; 

r.-.vear-olds 12-5 I’-’.". 1’2.5 128 

ti-y car-olds & up.l2G P26 120 12.S 

2- year-olds 

3- .vear-olds 10.5 102 10«! 10*! 

4- year-olds 1‘22 120 122 124 

.5-year-olds 12<! 124 120 127 

6 year-olds & up. 127 125 127 127 

3- year-olds 104 ... 104 ... 

4year-olds 122 ... 122 ... 

.5-year-olds 127 ... 127 ... 

6- year-olds & up. 128 ... 128 ... 

."-year-olds 103 05 103 9'.* 

4- year-olds 122 116 121 12*> 

,5-yearolds 128 124 128 12.5 

6-year-olds & up. 129 125 129 125 

.3-year-olds 102 . . 1**2 ... 

4-year-oIds 122 ... 120 ... 

•5-year-olds 12!> ... 129 ... 

6-ycar-oids & up. 130 . . . 130 . . . 

THB JOCKEY CLUB. 

In races of Intermediate lengths, the weights for 
e shorter distance shall be carried. 

In races exclusively for three-year-olds, or fonr- 



serihers get tliesf without extra eltargi-. Singl'* 
suhseriptioii for Extra Specials, $'.1.00; for Daily 
Oiie-liorse W'ires: 

TERMS; $1.00 per day; $5.00 per week. 

Daily Wire, 10 a. m. 

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Weight today 108, 
Weight today 108. 



’IFTH RACE — 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. (75,526— 1:;{8- 



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two-year-olds. 122 pounds. 

Except in handicaps and In races where the con- 
ditions expressly state to the contrary, fillies twe 
years old shall be allowed 3 ponnds, and mares 
three years old and npward sball be allowed S 
pounds. Geldings sball be allowed 3 ponnds. 

Welter weights sball be 2$ pounds added to the 
weight for age. In heavy handicaps the top weight 
sball not be less than 140 pounds. In all handicaps 



Turf Ratings' Best Bet at Each Track: New 
York. Ace 11; Windsor, Acme 43; Latonia, Arch 1 
(use Rating Revisions, dated June 29th). 

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the shorter distance are to be carried. 

In races exclnsirely for two-year-olds, 118 pounds 
shall be carried. 

In races exclusively for three-year-olds, 122 ponnds 



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the shorter distance are to be carried. 

In a race exclnsively for ttvo-year-olda the weights 
shall be 118 ponnds. 

In a race exclnsl,vely for . three-year-olds the